Energy and efficiency
Thu 08 Jun 2017
A professor at Swinburne has learnt that the key to successful work-life balance lies in extensive time planning.
Creation leads to innovation
Wed 07 Jun 2017
Swinburne researcher credits women's ability to multitask to their superior creative spark in the sciences.
Robots program people
Humanoid robots can be used as teaching aides and can help teach children the important skill of prgramming.
Putty in their hands
Swinburne graduate creates video game that interests Nintendo, Xbox and Playstation
Best battery for the future
New battery technology being pioneered at Swinburne makes batteries smaller, safer and better for the envionment.
Swinburne rises in QS World University Rankings
Swinburne ranked in top 430 universities globally, improving its position by rising another 20 places.
Swinburne announces women in STEM research fellowship recipients
Tue 06 Jun 2017
Swinburne has announced the recipients of the Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellowships for women in STEM.
Why we’re designed to move
Mon 05 Jun 2017
Clever urban design can make it easier to reap the health benefits of incorporating more physical activity into daily life.
Screening for family violence report
The screening of family violence is irregular and does not always meet the needs of those seeking housing support.
‘Alternative’ to Safe Schools not that alternative
Edmund Rice Education Australia’s anti-bullying program is similar to the Safe Schools program.