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As a global university of technology and design, RMIT brings unique capabilities to research through a transdisciplinary approach.
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.
Our researchers are finding solutions to everyday problems, such as treating pain with snail venom, combating noise, applying 3D printing to biomedics and exploring the poetics of place.
We’re attracting and developing the best people to drive our research efforts and make a difference. With a growing reputation for research excellence, the best and brightest research minds work at RMIT.
Research Institutes, Centres and Groups
RMIT is making a global impact in research through collaborations with local and international partners to deliver advanced multidisciplinary solutions.
We work across disciplines to conduct applied research focused on design innovation, improving health, developing technology and critical issues related to the future of our cities.
PhDs and other research degrees
RMIT has a reputation for excellence in high quality research and deep industry links.
RMIT University fosters excellence in research and scholarship, as it is this excellence which positions the university as Australia's premier university of technology and design.
With outstanding postgraduate research programs, strong industry links and international reach, RMIT's research has global impact.
RMIT’s focus as a global university of technology and design 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.
The Gallery presents fine art, design, craft, fashion, new media, technology and popular culture, with extensive public programs offering an enjoyable and social means of experiencing contemporary culture.
Showcasing wound management technology at Parliament House
PhD student, Adin Tan, has presented his research on smart insoles for diabetic and venous ulcers to a national audience at the Australia 2040 Showcase in Canberra.
RMIT sisters Verity and Adriane Hayward co-curate a greener planet
Sisters Verity and Adriane Hayward have co-curated the Tomorrow never dies art exhibition for the Art+Climate=Change Festival
Spotlight on religion as a mediated phenomenon
Professor Peter Horsfield has just completed a major work looking at the influence of media in the historical development of Christianity.
The unexpected role of the fibronolytic system in the brain
A Health Innovations Research Institute seminar by Professor Robert Medcalf on the unexpected role of the blood clot degrading (fibronolytic) system in the brain.
Lecture by Bernard Mees and Cathy Brigden
Bernard Mees and Cathy Brigden present ‘Workers' capital’
Transition metal oxides for non-volatile memory
Transition metal oxides for non-volatile memory and neuromorphic-computing applications presented by Professor Robert Elliman from ANU.