Organic, grass-fed and hormone-free: does this make red meat any healthier?
Tue 31 Jul 2018
Farming methods may have a small impact on the nutritional profile of some red meats, but it's unlikely to make a difference to our health, says dietetics e
One year on: Sexual assault and sexual harassment
Swinburne continues to strengthen student safety and support initiatives relating to sexual assault and sexual harassment.
What’s really driving the future of retail?
Convenience, customer experience, business intelligence, and personalisation will shape the future of retail, says Swinburne’s Jason Pallant.
PhD candidate honoured for Alzheimer’s research
Mon 30 Jul 2018
The Alzheimer Medal recognises Greg Kennedy’s examination of ways in which exercise may slow cognitive decline as we age.
Workers remain at centre of digital disruption
Dr Sean Gallagher says there is no greater challenge facing workers than digital disruption.
Don’t assume online students are more likely to cheat
Fri 27 Jul 2018
You’d think that studying online would make it easier to cheat. But don’t jump to conclusions, say Swinburne academics.
Interior design tips to create the illusion of space
Course Director of Interior Architecture Kirsten Day gives her design tips for small spaces.
Legal professionals must adapt or be left behind
Thu 26 Jul 2018
The legal industry and professionals need to adapt to artificial Intelligence and emerging technologies.
Training to take NAPLAN online
Wed 25 Jul 2018
Swinburne Professional is helping Victorian schools adapt and manage the transition to online NAPLAN assessments.
We asked five experts: is cheese bad for you?
Tue 24 Jul 2018
Regina Belski and other experts break down cheese.