Design student wins Disney Emoji competition
Thu 29 Jun 2017
Dominique Salvatore’s design won her a trip to Disney Interactive in California.
Change Agents episode six
The death of Melbourne heart surgeon Patrick Pritzwald-Stegmann has again focused attention on so-called “one-punch” attacks.
Optical combs bring quantum smartphones a step closer
Quantum technology is one step closer to moving out of the lab and into the home.
Home ownership remains strong in Australia
Wed 28 Jun 2017
The great Australia dream of owning your own home is still alive despite the various problems plaguing housing affordability.
ATM celebrates 50 years but we’re using it less
Tue 27 Jun 2017
ATMs are being used less and may have to evolve in order to stay relevant.
All things considered
Mon 26 Jun 2017
Swinburne researchers are developing ways to harness the data generated by internet connected devices to tackle society’s problems.
Awarding excellence across the board
Thu 22 Jun 2017
Three prize ceremonies have acknowledged Swinburne’s most dedicated and high-achieving students.
Should governments provide funding for journalism?
Wed 21 Jun 2017
Whether government should fund public interest journalism in Australia is a question a Senate select committee is currently considering.
Architecture comes to Swinburne
Tue 20 Jun 2017
For the first time in its history as a university Swinburne is introducing architecture courses.
Return to the fold for super-strong structures
Origami-like composite panels may hold the key to lightweight and explosion-resistant structural components.