Religious faith can help people to build better cities
Tue 12 Dec 2017
Swinburne’s Andre Van Eymeren explores how religious organisations can influence and shape cities.
Summer story wins Swinburne Microfiction Challenge
Mon 11 Dec 2017
Mudflat Summer, written by Rosie McCrossin is the overall winner of the Swinburne competition.
New pilot pathway program takes off at Swinburne
Eligible Swinburne aviation students will be able to enter QantasLink as a Turboprop First Officer.
Swinburne hosts inaugural Presidents’ Forum
International delegates explored how young universities can take on the challenges of the 21st century.
Social phobia linked to autism and schizophrenia
New research shows that people who find social situations difficult tend to have similar brain responses to those with schizophrenia or autism.
Swinburne student wins national award for motion graphics
Swinburne student Jennifer Dudgeon has been awarded best student video ident at Node Fest.
Swinburne students win Student Game Award in LA
Fri 08 Dec 2017
The winner of the international competition was announced in Los Angeles on 8 December.
Next-generation condom named Medtech finalist
A project to create a next-generation condom has been named a finalist in the 2017 National MedTech’s Got Talent Gala Finals.
What consumers need from the Facebook and Google ACCC inquiry
Thu 07 Dec 2017
Amanda Scardamaglia explores the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s inquiry into digital platforms.
Victorian social enterprises are thriving
Report finds social enterprises contribute more than $5.2 billion to the Victorian economy.