Smart technology solutions

Feathers in flight inspire anti-turbulence technology
Inspired by nature's own anti-turbulence devices - feathers - RMIT University researchers are developing technology to end turbulence on flights.

Wallet-sized labs the next big thing
RMIT researchers are developing inexpensive, portable toxicology laboratories so small you could fit them in your wallet.

Car safety research is a natural fit
A project researching the role of nature in automotive safety has won RMIT's Three Minute Thesis competition.

New technology helps 'gamify' exercise
Researchers have worked with industry to develop an interactive fitness system that quantifies fitness and links exercise with gaming.

Research hub boost to steel manufacturing
RMIT University researchers will lead two major projects in the newly-opened ARC Research Hub for Australian Steel Manufacturing.

Research mimics brain cells to boost memory power
Researchers have brought ultra-fast, nano-scale data storage within striking reach, using technology that mimics the human brain.

Researchers working to track RMIT’s carbon footprint
A major research project will help RMIT staff and students monitor and compare their full carbon footprints across work, study and travel.

RMIT researchers awarded Churchill Fellowships
Two researchers will head overseas to further their work in micro- and nano-technologies after receiving prestigious Churchill Fellowships.

RMIT delivers $30 million boost to micro and nano-tech
A new $30 million research facility at RMIT University will drive cutting-edge advances in micro- and nano-technologies.

Exertion Games Lab excels on the world stage
A team of researchers from RMIT University are making waves in the world of interactive gaming.

Research focus areas

Smart technology solutions is one of RMIT's five research focus areas. Other focus areas are:

Research publications

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