Discover the latest science news about Swinburne’s research, teaching and student success stories.
Sound waves are skimming the fat from the milk
Tue 04 Mar 2014
A Swinburne team is exploring new milk separation processes that could help revolutionise Australia’s dairy industry.
Game-based mobile learning may lead towards reducing the carbon footprint
Swinburne University will lead a three and a half year project that aims to educate people to work collaboratively to adopt low carbon solutions.
Unlocking the genetic secrets of wheat
The need to increase agricultural productivity to feed the growing global population has led researchers to explore genetic factors to develop hardier crops
Food for thought: a free public lecture
Mon 24 Feb 2014
Discover how food and water can affect your mental performance and mood
Industry has a role in funding alternative medicine research
Fri 21 Feb 2014
It's important that industry supports complementary medicine research, writes Swinburne's Andrew Scholey.
Electric Vehicle Expo gives public chance to explore transport alternatives
Tue 11 Feb 2014
The Melbourne Electric Vehicle Expo aims to demystify some of the information around electric vehicles.
How do you estimate the weight of the universe?
Sat 01 Feb 2014
Fast radio bursts could be used to infer the amount of matter between the burst and Earth.
Ultrasound is skimming the fat from the milk
Swinburne will work in collaboration with CSIRO to pioneer a new way to skimming milk.
Swinburne sends first honours student to Italian synchrotron
Thu 30 Jan 2014
International synchrotron trip by Swinburne honours student a ‘positive step forward for women in science’.
High Temperature Processing Symposium
The High Temperature Processing Symposium will bring together a range of experts to discuss research, new ideas and experiences.