The School of Research facilitates collaborations and commercial partnerships, and you can can read about them in our Spotlight stories.
Swinburne Sarawak signed an agreement with the Sarawak Forestry Corporation to guide the development of Kubah national park’s service model. Swinburne will be examining best practices in park-recreational management models, which keeps a good balance between recreation and environment. They …Learn more
Swinburne Sarawak signed an agreement with PUSTAKA Sarawak to conduct a study on the information-seeking behaviour among state civil servants in urban and rural areas of Sarawak. This project will develop a framework that can explain the information-seeking behavior of …Learn more
Recent research has shown how chemical fertilisers seep into the ground and the importance of using bio-fertilisers as a sustainable alternative. Microbes are the key player in soil nutrient turnover and crucial in ensuring that the soil remains productive and …Learn more
Our engineering research is making waves with its green technology. This research uses a particular bacteria, namely, Sporosarcina pasteurii, which produces a lot of enzymes to bind soil particles and increase its strength. The technique used, Microbially Induced Calcite Precipitation …Learn more
Swinburne Sarawak and JKR Sarawak’s newly opened Research Centre will work together in knowledge exchange and creation around constructing on soft soil. Swinburne’s Engineering faculty will share its research and development, engage in capacity building, and JKR will facilitate industrial …Learn more