Finding a home in Australia
Mon 18 Mar 2019
Compelling accounts of refugee and migrant settlements in Australia - Chelsea Tial
Media shouldn’t repost NZ shooter's livestream
Associate Professor Colleen Murrell explains why the livestream of the Christchurch shooting shouldn’t be shared by news outlets.
All Boeing 737 MAX flights grounded
Fri 15 Mar 2019
With investigations under way into two crashes of Boeing’s 737 MAX 8 aircraft, the manufacturer has caved to pressure and grounded the entire global fleet
What 5G means for our health
Thu 14 Mar 2019
Swinburne's Professor Andrew Wood leads the study modelling absorption patterns of 5G electromagnetic energy in human tissue.
Physical activity benefits the body and mind
Associate Professor Amanda Benson’s research shows that physical activity can prevent and treat chronic disease.
Leading the way in Industry 4.0
The world is in the midst of a fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0).
Swinburne establishes new neuroimaging facility
Swinburne has a new brain imaging facility that will harness a growing flood of information about our most complex organ.
New class of microcomb optical pulse
Tue 12 Mar 2019
A new class of microcomb pulse may lead to pocket sized ultra-precise optical clocks able to replace GPS and other applications.
Bushfire proof skylight wins Good Design Award
An innovative bushfire proof skylight designed at Swinburne with Atlite Skylights has been awarded a Good Design Award.
Extending surgeons’ careers through robotics
Fri 08 Mar 2019
Swinburne researchers are conducting a study examining the benefits of robotic surgical systems for surgeons.