The rise of renters by choice
Mon 10 Feb 2020
Research suggests an increase in people choosing to rent for a long time – up to ten years or more
Why government needs to take lead role in decarbonisation
Thu 06 Feb 2020
The private sector has a crucial role in to play in reaching a zero-emissions future, but regulations, subsidies and programs are needed to get there.
Bushfire research at Swinburne
Research is underway to improve bushfire preparedness, response and recovery, and find innovative solutions to issues affecting communities across the count
Developing a new vision for post-secondary education
Wed 05 Feb 2020
Senior higher education leaders have contributed to a collection of ideas that address pressing issues in post-secondary education
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.
Supporting transgender and gender diverse students
Gender diversity support group, Gender Agenda, is supporting the LGBTIQ+ community at Swinburne.
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.
Three Swinburne scholars awarded Fulbright scholarships
Thu 30 Jan 2020
The prestigious Fulbright Program in Australia has awarded scholarships to Anastassija (Stacey) Konash, Dr Karen Hughes and Dr Nina Papalia.
Swinburne partnership to develop blockchain-based solutions for Australian businesses
Wed 29 Jan 2020
Swinburne researchers collaborate with an Australian software company to solve pending problems in managing supply chains with digital data
Initiative led by Swinburne researcher helps increase breast cancer screening
Delivering translated reminders to women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds lead to increased mammography screening bookings.