Housing preferences of older Australians
Wed 07 Aug 2019
Associate Professor Wendy Stone and Dr Sharon Parkinson discuss the type of housing older Australians want and where they want to live.
Revamped Hawthorn Library Latelab opens
As part of a series of improvements to Swinburne’s Hawthorn Library, the Latelab has been refurbished to help students get the most out of their studies.
Helping girls discover the power of engineering
Swinburne Engineering Practice Academy’s Felicity Furey has been named an Engineers Australia ‘Centenary Hero’ for her STEM advocacy work.
Improving hospital ED design for mental health presentations
Presenting to emergency departments can be a distressing experience for someone with a mental health issue, but some simple changes to hospital design could
Community Bank® partnership gives back
Tue 06 Aug 2019
Industry-academic collaboration and student placement opportunities are some of the ways Swinburne’s partnership with Bendigo Bank is giving back.
Swinburne uses AI to detect fast radio bursts
Mon 05 Aug 2019
A Swinburne PhD student has built a fully automated, machine learning system that could help solve the mystery of what causes fast radio bursts.
Opinion: Jailing bosses for wage ‘theft’
Fri 02 Aug 2019
Professor Mirko Bagaric writes about the federal government proposal to criminalise wage ‘theft’ following George Calombaris’ high-profile case.
Swinburne wins Australian Business Award for innovation
Thu 01 Aug 2019
Swinburne’s Industry 4.0 Initiative has been named winner of the prestigious 2019 Australian Business Award for Business Innovation.
How hangovers reduce brain function
Hangovers reduce brain function and memory, according to new Swinburne research.
RNA anniversary: Swinburne continues to strengthen support
Swinburne continues to improve student safety and support initiatives for students and staff.