Swinburne recruits for women-only architecture role
Mon 12 Nov 2018
Swinburne has opened recruitment for a Professor/Associate Professor of Architecture role to female only applicants.
A fairer society through technological innovation
Machine learning and its impact across different groups in Australia was explored as part of the Society 4.0 Forum held at Swinburne.
Six things Australia needs to progress Industry 4.0 innovation
Fri 09 Nov 2018
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Development) Professor Aleksandar Subic looks at
One in four Australians are lonely
A Swinburne report has found half of Australians feel lonely for at least one day a week, while one in four feel lonely for three or more days.
The benefits and pitfalls of working in isolation
Dr Agustin Chevez says isolation at work can be unhealthy. But it can also be a good thing.
Research reveals health toll of increasing loneliness
Thu 08 Nov 2018
Lonely Australians have significantly worse physical and mental health than connected Australians, according to a new study.
Who wins and who loses when platforms like Airbnb disrupt housing?
Dr Sharon Parkinson says current owners benefit from short-term letting platforms, leaving prospective owners and tenants disadvantaged.
Coffee consumers in university settings
Wed 07 Nov 2018
Dr Jonathan Kingsley writes that universities should take the lead in reduction of disposable coffee cup use.
Swinburne and BWM Dentsu Group launch Indigenous internship
Swinburne and BWM Dentsu Group have launched an internship program for Indigenous students looking to enter the creative and media industries.
We asked five experts: are light dairy products better?
Dietetics lecturer Robyn Delbridge and other experts explain whether light dairy products are better for our health.