Science, Engineering and Health news

Current news


Advocate for women in technology wins Google scholarship 12/12/2014
Encouraging more women to break into technology careers is a key focus for RMIT student and Google scholarship winner, Judith Gammie.


Pioneering book outlines future direction for engineering education 10/12/2014
A new book commissioned by UNESCO and edited by RMIT academics is set to drive strategic change in engineering education.


Visit enriches RMIT connections in China 03/12/2014
An RMIT delegation has visited China to attend a number of events and meetings in a bid to strengthen partnerships.


The future of manufacturing 03/12/2014
RMIT and CSIRO jointly presented a public seminar on advanced manufacturing as part of Melbourne Knowledge Week in October.


New centre to ‘EnSuRe’ sustainable practice 03/12/2014
A new multi-disciplinary research centre with a focus on understanding and solving environmental issues faced by industry has launched at RMIT University.


College champions 03/12/2014
Academic staff from the College of Science, Engineering and Health have made their mark at the 2014 Teaching and Research Awards.


Neurovascular Man on show 03/12/2014
Anatomy students together with Dr Claudia Diaz from the School of Medical Sciences have revealed their final anatomy project, Neurovascular Man.


New lab to boost the Data Economy for Aussie business 26/11/2014
The launch of a $1.5 million data analytics lab at RMIT aims to provide a boost to the emerging Data Economy for Australian business.


Indigenous honour for vocational education 25/11/2014
Plumbing teacher Wayne Ellerton has won a prestigious Wurreker Award in recognition of his contribution to Indigenous education.


RMIT showcases the future of engineering 24/11/2014
RMIT University research and innovation will be showcased at the international Engineers Australia convention this week.