Cosmic radio burst caught red-handed
A Swinburne PhD student has discovered a short, sharp flash of radio waves up to 5.5 billion light years from Earth.
Landmark discovery in gold nanorod instability
Swinburne researchers have discovered an instability in gold nanoparticles that is critical for their application in future technological inventions.
Efficiency breakthrough for state-of-the-art solar devices
Environmentally-friendly photovoltaic technology promises a radical solution to the world energy crisis.
Swinburne study into youth homelessness reveals majority spent time in out of home care
A new report conducted by Swinburne, The Cost of Youth Homelessness in ...
Gravitational wave discovery still clouded by galactic dust
New data reveals no evidence of gravitational waves in the early universe.
Professor Ian Young AO to join Australia’s leading research centre for ocean engineering, science and technology
Professor Ian Young AO will join Australia’s leading research centre in ocean ...
12/3 - Prof M Sidel will discuss 'A Century of Community Foundations: Evolution and International Adaptation of a Philanthropic Innovation' from 6.00pm
13/3 - Dr James Benford, Microwave Sciences, will discuss the debate on messaging to extra-terrestrial intelligence from 6.30 - 7.30pm in ATC101