At Swinburne, our researchers are dedicated to driving economic and social impact. We are searching for solutions at the intersection of technology and humanity, pushing the boundaries of what is possible and inventing the future.
Swinburne is an internationally recognised research-intensive university that is focused on delivering research that creates economic and social impact.
Our researchers are producing innovative research solutions to real-world problems across a range of disciplines and sectors.
Take-home lessons on diabetes data
Twenty years in the making, an app for better diabetes self-management could ease the burden on Australia’s healthcare system.
Rust treatment gets legs
The Royal Australian Navy spends millions of dollars each year repairing rust. A high-temperature coating from Swinburne might help keep vessels shipshape.
Intellegent way to soak up the sun
Environmentally friendly solar panels using organic dyes aren’t commercially viable yet. But artificial intelligence and chemistry can make them a reality.
Listening like a life depends on it
Professor Richard Osborne’s Ophelia process is helping the likes of the World Health Organisation to listen, improving health for the disadvantaged.
City tree changers
Nature can help our fast-growing cities develop sustainably and create better places to live.
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Swinburne’s most recent products range from a one-shot solution for cattle ticks, to implant coatings, and gold detectors using cosmic rays.
Easy wheezy – a straightforward passage to asthma controlA take-home device that measures wheeze could help millions to manage their respiratory diseases.Friday 24 January 2020
Putting humanitarian work on the mapAustralia’s community services have reaped the rewards of data crunching projects that transform complex social information into visual tools.Thursday 23 January 2020
Future-proofing Australia’s smaller manufacturersSwinburne’s Factory of the Future is building strategies for creating next-gen products and new service models for small-to medium-sized enterprises.Thursday 23 January 2020
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