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This episode of the Swinburne science show includes an oscilloscope traces music,Tom Lehrer's song about the elements, a demonstration of photovoltaic cells and a discussion of solar energy. It finishes with the Stirling Effort .
This episode of the Swinburne science show includes a thump from a pump, the case of the curious case and a demonstration of gyroscopic precession, using a gyroscope mounted inside a suitcase.
The programme was recorded by the Swinburne Audio Visual Department using Philips video 80 system. This episode includes a demonstration of magnetic force using a large, weak horseshoe magnet and a steel rod along with an explanation of electromagnetism.
Mr. Tylee died in 1966 during his seventeenth year as Director of Swinburne. "Mr. A. F. Tylee, who died recently during his seventeenth year as Director of Swinburne, was a man of wide interests. A civil engineer by profession, he was equally interested in the physical sciences, the social sciences and the arts. He travelled extensively throughout Australia, and wrote articles on Australian history and geography for many newspapers and journals. He was closely in touch with developments in Australian educational administration, both tertiary and sub-tertiary, and had written articles on education and taken part in educational conferences. Not long before his death he was elected as a Fellow of the Australian College of Education, a body of leading educationists. At Swinburne, he was a unifying influence on the college, and was concerned to foster the development of all branches of learning. When Social Science was introduced into technical diploma courses several years ago, Mr. Tylee established the "A. F. T…
Manufacturing (aluminium?) demonstration filmed at Swinburne circa 1966. Please note that this video has no sound.
Swinburne Technical College Christmas production, circa 1960s. Please note that this video has no sound.
Swinburne Vice Chancellor's Award nominees celebrate the year's achievements. The VC's Awards are an opportunity to recognise the University's amazing achievements and to reward the talent, initiatives and outstanding individuals helping Swinburne to achieve excellence.
Learn how to edit and safely delete your EndNote X8 inserted references in Word 2016.
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In this video, Dr Carolyn Beasley speaks with Cleve Carvalho from the Library about resources for PhD students. This is a part of the PhD Hub series.