Tributes pour in for Stephen Hawking
Thu 15 Mar 2018
In the wake of Stephen Hawking’s death there have been reactions from the world of Astronomy in Australia.
The future of tertiary education
Australia has a rare opportunity to rethink its tertiary education system says Director of the Centre for the New Workforce, Sean Gallagher.
Former Chief Justice Marilyn Warren urges courage under fire
Former Victorian Chief Justice Marilyn Warren urges law students to show courage in their careers
Diplomacy and internal defence is half the battle
Wed 14 Mar 2018
Dr Jason Thomas writes about the importance of foreign internal defence.
New $1.1 M Cisco Networking Academy at Swinburne
As part of its Future Ready Learners strategy, Swinburne has launched new state-of-the-art networking labs.
Swinburne technology helps develop world-first hearing aid
Thu 08 Mar 2018
A world-first hearing aid with the ability to be set via a smartphone has been developed with the help of Swinburne technology.
Swinburne launches powerful supercomputer
Wed 07 Mar 2018
Swinburne launches one of Australia’s most powerful supercomputers.
Celebrating International Women’s Day at Swinburne
Tue 06 Mar 2018
Swinburne will host International Women's Day events at the Hawthorn, Croydon and Wantirna campuses.
Government’s facial recognition plan could reveal more than identity
Jake Goldenfein discusses privacy concerns related to the Australian Government’s biometric identity system Bill currently going through Parliament.
Sorry, burning our recyclables isn't the solution
Swinburne sociology lecturer and researcher Dr Vivienne Waller offers a solution to Australia’s waste and recycling problems.