A short history of the office
Mon 14 Aug 2017
How has the office changed how we work and how will it change our future?
Bacteria busters shortlisted for Eureka Prize
Swinburne researchers recognised for developing a new weapon in the fight against antibiotic resistant bacteria.
Explore the Final Frontier
Fri 11 Aug 2017
Dr Katie Mack and Associate Professor Alan Duffy explore the cosmos using the latest virtual reality technology as part of National Science Week.
Reducing dependency on opioid painkillers
Thu 10 Aug 2017
Ben O’Mara explores rural and regional Australia’s dependency on opioid painkillers.
Cultural engagement lowers reoffending rate
Tue 08 Aug 2017
Swinburne research finds access to cultural programs for Indigenous prisoners decreases chances of reoffending.
Could gaming change the way students learn?
Mon 07 Aug 2017
A mobile learning app developed at Swinburne has shown positive effects on student academic performance, engagement and retention.
72-hour 'Makeathon' to return to Swinburne
Thu 03 Aug 2017
Swinburne calls for makers and creators to join TOM Makeathon for assistive technologies.
Student designs morning after road safety campaign
Wed 02 Aug 2017
Lucy Boehme won Swinburne’s industry-linked road safety campaign competition for 2017.
Quitch app shortlisted for higher education awards
A learning app developed at Swinburne is a finalist in the 2017 Australian Financial Review Higher Education Awards.
Reconciliation Action Plan achieves ‘Elevate’ status
Swinburne has become the first university in the country to attain 'Elevate' status for its second Reconciliation Action Plan.