Discover the latest science news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Neil deGrasse Tyson visits Swinburne
Fri 28 Feb 2020
Renowned American astrophysicist and science communicator, Dr Neil deGrasse Tyson, recently paid a visit to Swinburne’s Hawthorn campus.
Brain temperature is difficult to measure. Here’s how a new infrared technique can help
Fri 21 Feb 2020
A new tool for seeing hotspots in the brain could help doctors detect neurological disorders.
Brain temperature can now be measured using light
Mon 10 Feb 2020
Scientists led by Dr Blanca del Rosal Rabes have developed a nanotech technique that could revolutionise neurological treatments.
Love for science leads to lifelong learning
Tue 04 Feb 2020
Swinburne's Professor Mrinal Bhave, credits her grandfather with triggering her interest in science.
Atomaterials are the new nanomaterials and they’re going to change our world
Fri 31 Jan 2020
Researchers in Swinburne’s Centre for Translational Atomaterials are thinking big to come up with tiny materials with unprecedented functionalities.
Factory of the Future’s innovative take on digital twins
Tue 28 Jan 2020
This explainer unpacks the origins and evolution of digital twins, and explains how Swinburne researchers are flipping usual development patterns.
Dr Leonie Walsh appointed to Swinburne Council
Thu 23 Jan 2020
Victoria's former Lead Scientist, Dr Leonie Walsh, has been appointed to Swinburne Council.
Space news highlights of 2019
Tue 17 Dec 2019
Experts from Swinburne’s Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing list their favourite space stories from the year.
Swinburne team uses renewable energy to offer rural Sarawak communities a sustainable future
Wed 04 Dec 2019
Swinburne staff and students in Sarawak, Malaysia are using renewable energy to improve safety and physical health in a remote fishing village.
Swinburne researchers awarded over $6.6 million in ARC funding
Boosting smartphone security and increasing digital inclusion are among the new Swinburne projects funded by the Australian Research Council.