Latest Swinburne University of Technology News

With all this bird flu around, how safe are eggs, chicken or milk?
Fighting fires from space in record time: how AI could prevent a repeat of Australia’s devastating wildfires
Universities Australia Board Appointment
ARM Hub and partners welcome AI Adopt Centre appointment
Magic mushrooms may one day treat anorexia, but not just yet
Green Light For World-First Medicinal Cannabis Driving Trial
Landmark Swinburne study exposes ongoing discrimination and homophobia
Risk of ‘genetic discrimination’ by insurance companies is ruining people’s trust in vital medical science
Swinburne soars into top 25 in Young University Rankings
MChart redefines mental health service planning through cutting-edge data analytics
Swinburne-founded software startup Fluency launches first product suite
Curious Kids: what stops meteors hitting Earth and hurting people?
New research reveals how much of this time you should spend sitting, sleeping, standing and being active
Swinburne partners with Latrobe City Council to propel Victorias Advanced Air Mobility precinct
Job scams are on the rise. What are they, and how can you protect yourself?
Swinburne’s Social Innovation Institute backs projects on circular economy, ancestry and critical care nursing
New JWST observations reveal black holes rapidly shut off star formation in massive galaxies
Swinburne and UIIN showcase university-industry collaboration
OzGrav 2.0: A new era of astrophysics launched at Swinburne
Sydney attacker had ‘mental health issues’ but most people with mental illness aren’t violent
New Study To Help Australias Social Economy Thrive
Australians are open to self-driving vehicles, but want humans to retain ultimate control
Scientists Create 3D Map Of Universe
NASAs JWST Probes Extreme Starburst Galaxy
Galaxies get more chaotic as they age
Renowned former Australian defence leaders make up Swinburnes Defence Advisory Board
Air quality at many train stations is alarmingly bad. Here’s how to improve it
Social media apps have billions of ‘active users’. But what does that really mean?
Half of Australians living in aged care have depression psychological therapy could help according to new research
Half of Australians in aged care have depression. Psychological therapy could help
JWST reveals a massive and ancient galaxy that challenges our models of the young Universe
Swinburne supporting regional communities through early childhood teaching
From humble beginnings to global impact: what Quitch did next
New JWST low-mass galaxy observations could help settle scientific debate about early universe origins
What ended the ‘dark ages’ in the early universe? New Webb data just brought us closer to solving the mystery
Using AI to enhance satellite imagery to monitor our planet
Free Degrees Give Our Nurses And Teachers Great Start
Beyond whats possible: new JWST observations unearth mysterious ancient galaxies
What is micellar water and how does it work?
Quantum research sheds light on the mystery of high-temperature superconductivity
Community Scholarship Fund springboard for 28 young locals
Research Grant Program 2024
Trade Bien: Stronger Victoria-France Partnership
E-scooters are linked with injuries and hospital visits – but we can’t say they are riskier than bikes yet
CSIRO and Swinburne invest in green steel and mineral processing to help industry get to net zero
Innovative approaches to teaching and learning funded by Adobe
Swinburne community receive Australia Day Honours
The Solar System used to have nine planets. Maybe it still does? Here’s your catch-up on space today