Science at RMIT
Hear what inspired our students to study science at RMIT, the challenges and most enjoyable parts of their degrees, what their dream jobs are and why they love what they do.
Master of Nanotechnology and Smart Materials
Professor Andrew Greentree introduces a new RMIT degree designed to make graduates “research-ready” in the field of nanotechnology.
RMIT researchers win grant to encourage girls in STEM
Learning and teaching researchers at RMIT have won a National Innovation and Science grant to develop opportunities for young women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Discover your options: Postgraduate Science
Associate Professor Kay Latham from the School of Science explains how a postgraduate qualification in science prepares students for a lifetime of critical and creative thinking.
Science at RMIT
From atoms to organisms… Discover a science degree with all the answers.
Meet Kay Latham: Scientist, crystal engineer and ‘serendipity junkie’
Relentlessly curious by nature, Professor Kay Latham found school boring – until the moment she discovered chemistry and saw a whole new way of understanding the world.
Maths, Stats and Analytics
Do the maths and you’ll discover a degree with all the answers.
Jin Wee How
When Jin Wee How finished high school in Malaysia, he completed a Bachelor of Nanotechnology and Applied Science at RMIT. He is now studying the Master of Nanotechnology and Smart Materials.
Research set to take European forest assessment to new heights
The use of low-cost and lightweight unmanned aerial vehicles to assess forest health in Europe is the focus of a research collaboration between RMIT and the Italian National Research Council.
Statistics - Stephanie Demetrios
Stephanie Demetrios is studying the Bachelor of Science (Statistics). She talks about the highlights of her studies, the applications of statistics and her career hopes.
ARC Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics
RMIT University is a node of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics.