Copyright laws have questionable benefits
Tue 23 May 2017
Professor Beth Webster discusses the pros and cons of Australian copyright laws.
Swinburne educator releases migrant experiences book
A book exploring experiences of migrants in Australia has been released by a Swinburne educator.
Poor health of those undergoing chronic homelessness
High levels of psychological distress, chronic physical conditions and poor social support are common for those experiencing chronic homelessness.
Governance training in full swing for Kimberley community
Mon 22 May 2017
Marra Worra Worra Aboriginal Corporation, sponsored five people from Fitzroy Crossing to travel to Swinburne for a governance training workshop.
Jane Burry and the future of design at Swinburne
Professor Jane Burry is the newly appointed Dean of the School of Design.
Talented blacksmith named Apprentice of the Year
Fri 19 May 2017
Fabrication apprentice Mitchell Fisch wins Swinburne Apprentice of the Year for 2016.
Patterns of creation
Stem cells can be encouraged to sprout by changing the surface of the plastic they grow upon.
Finding a voice of reason amongst schizophrenia
Wed 17 May 2017
Voices heard by people with schizophrenia may be thoughts perceived as sound.
Swinburne tipping computer remembers Lou Richards
There was a unique rivalry taking place in the 1980s, the Swinburne tipping computer versus the late Lou Richards.
Swinburne takes responsible investment action
Tue 16 May 2017
Swinburne has completed the transition of $215 million of investment funds to Mercer, supporting the university’s responsible investment strategy.