Discover the latest science news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Swinburne hosts FIRST LEGO League championships
Thu 29 Nov 2018
Forty teams have competed at the FIRST LEGO League Victorian State Championships, hosted by Swinburne University of Technology.
Swinburne becomes full member of ARENA 2036
Mon 26 Nov 2018
Swinburne has become the first Australian university to be made a full member of ARENA 2036, a flexible factory of the future in Germany.
Dr Nishar Hameed wins 2018 Young Tall Poppy award
Thu 15 Nov 2018
Dr Hameed’s research on rapid manufacturing of smart and lightweight composites may revolutionise the way we make these materials.
Five projects that are harnessing big data for good
Fri 02 Nov 2018
Dr Anthony McCosker and Dr Arezou Soltani Panah say ethical use of big data can help solve society’s most difficult social and environmental problems.
Discussing the future of manufacturing at Graphene+
Mon 22 Oct 2018
Foundation Director of Swinburne’s Manufacturing Futures Research Institute, Professor Bronwyn Fox, spoke about the future applications of graphene.
Eyes on the sky
Thu 18 Oct 2018
What do star-gazing and big data have to do with blinding eye disease?
More ‘bright’ fast radio bursts revealed
Thu 11 Oct 2018
Australian researchers have found 20 more bursts, averaging one for every 14 days of observing.
Preventing barnacle build-up on ships
The new corrosion-resistant coating has halved the build-up of algae and barnacles on ship hydraulic components.
Nishar Hameed wins Phillip Law Postdoctoral Award
Dr Nishar Hameed named joint winner of the Royal Society of Victoria’s Phillip Law Postdoctoral Award for the Physical Sciences.
The Japanese art of kintsugi and how it can help with defeat in sport
Mon 08 Oct 2018
Dr Bradley Elphinstone and Richard Whitehead say we need to learn how to rebuild from loss, failure, or defeat in life, and that can also help in sport.