The Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology hosts public lectures, research seminars, information sessions and events throughout the year. Many welcome the general public and most are free of charge.
Join us to learn how muscle cells are grown in the lab and how different materials can be used to entice your muscle cells to grow faster.
Experience the Universe in 3D during the July school holidays at the Swinburne University Virtual Reality Theatre.
Professor Patricia Rich from the Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology zeroes in on a time when the Earth's first animals came into the picture - at a time when the planet was in the grips
This week-long residential camp for year 10 to 12 students will give them an opportunity to explore what engineering and university has to offer. The camp helps students to break down barriers to higher education
This is a free, intensive short course that provides the skills you need to succeed at university. It's suitable for all science, engineering and technology students. Register now!
Professor Karen Farquharson, a sociologist with expertise in diversity management, race and racism will answer key questions on the topic of intersectionality and share what organisations are doing about it.
This is a free, intensive short course that provides the skills you need to succeed at university, with a special focus on international students. Register now!
The Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology invites you to join us for an information session during Orientation. Register now!
Thinking about working overseas? Come to this workshop to find out more about working abroad.
Postgraduate students from the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Technology are invited to attend our orientation event. Register now!