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Our academic expertise, strong links to research partners and consideration of technological and social dimensions enables us to find solutions to critical problems impacting communities and the environment.
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RMIT’s focus as a global university of technology, design and enterprise is supported by a range of research hubs such as the Advanced Manufacturing Precinct and the MicroNano Research Facility.
RMIT University’s premier curated exhibition space for national and international artists.
Brain scientist aims for Club Melbourne Fellowship
RMIT's Associate Professor Sarah Spencer has been named one of eight finalists in the inaugural Club Melbourne Fellowship for leading mid-career researchers.
New book explores rise of green spirited citizenship
A new book edited and authored by RMIT urban experts examines the rise of the “sustainability citizens” movement and how it’s inspiring a new perception of citizenship for the better.
Australia-India collaboration to reduce global water scarcity
RMIT is leading an Australia-India collaboration to address water scarcity and identify ways to reduce the impact by implementing sustainable integrated water management practices.
Quiddity explores the ways in which our approach to artworks can change outside the context of a traditional gallery setting.
Light moves: contemporary Australian video art
Light moves presents projected and screen-based works by internationally recognised contemporary Australian artists which explore the body performing in a range of real and imagined spaces.
Doing Statebuilding Better?
Are we doing statebuilding better? This Global Frictions discussion panel will explore the notion of â€˜hybridity’ in the study and practice of peace formation in conflict-affected societies.