Swinburne student gains valuable insight into future work at Siemens
Tue 25 Feb 2020
Isabelle Barton is the first Swinburne student to complete a work placement with the communications team of industrial manufacturer, Siemens Australia.
Swinburne appoints new CMO to lead brand vision
One of Australia’s leading marketers joins Swinburne to build on our world-class reputation as university that challenges the status quo.
Using storytelling to reduce ageism in the community
Mon 24 Feb 2020
A Swinburne-led project is using digital storytelling to prevent ageism, which can lead to elder abuse.
Updates on coronavirus
Fri 21 Feb 2020
Get the latest information on coronavirus and Swinburne's response.
Brain temperature is difficult to measure. Here’s how a new infrared technique can help
A new tool for seeing hotspots in the brain could help doctors detect neurological disorders.
Australia, we need to talk about who governs our city-states
Australia's capital cities are on the way to being city-states which has huge consequences for our society and economic development.
Innovation fellowships boost staff startup ambitions
Thu 20 Feb 2020
Swinburne’s Innovation Precinct awards Innovation fellows to entrepreneurial staff.
Can new Snapchat features help troubled teens?
Wed 19 Feb 2020
Snapchat is the latest social media platform to announce a new feature to support the mental health and wellbeing of its users.
West Gate Tunnel delays show risks of mega-projects
Tue 18 Feb 2020
Mega-projects display risk of being locked in delays and extra costs.
Transparency can work both ways
Mon 17 Feb 2020
Dean of Law, Professor Mirko Bagaric, explores the balance between privacy and security.