“Inkable” nanomaterial promises big benefits for bendable electronics
An international team of scientists is developing an inkable nanomaterial that they say could one day become a spray-on electronic component for ultra-thin, lightweight and bendable displays and devices.
Unlocking the Power of AI for Human-Like Conversations
RMIT University has partnered with the Conversation Design Institute to deliver a new industry conversational AI course for Australian learners.
Building cladding with recycled glass scores sky-high results in sustainability
Engineers have developed new fire-safe building claddings using recycled glass, creating a promising circular-economy solution to address a major waste stream.
RMIT expands into India
Australia’s first dual degree program with India will commence this year, in an exciting new higher education venture.
Space Teams Academy – the closest thing to Virtual Astronaut Training
RMIT University’s Space Industry Hub and One Giant Leap Australia Foundation are offering high school students the opportunity to participate in a virtual space program, the brainchild of a former astronaut.
RMIT Aviation Academy launches with university sector’s largest aircraft fleet
Top aviation leaders launch the RMIT Aviation Academy with a fleet of 24 new aircraft purchased to deliver world-class learning for the future workforce.
Recyclable mobile phone batteries a step closer with rust-busting invention
Mobile phone batteries with a lifetime up to three times longer than today’s technology could be a reality thanks to an innovation led by engineers at RMIT University.
Light-based tech could inspire Moon navigation and next-gen farming
Super-thin chips made from lithium niobate are set to overtake silicon chips in light-based technologies, according to world-leading scientists in the field, with potential applications ranging from remote ripening-fruit detection on Earth to navigation on the Moon.
Professor Ian Burnett returns to RMIT
Well-known researcher and staff alumnus returns to RMIT as Deputy Vice-Chancellor STEM College and Vice-President.
Good vibrations turbo charge green hydrogen production
Engineers in Melbourne have used sound waves to boost production of green hydrogen by 14 times, through electrolysis to split water.
EdTech, AgTech and Logistics tech in focus for Australia / Vietnam opportunities
A new report provides insights for Australian firms looking to explore business opportunities in Vietnam related to Industry 4.0 across the agriculture, logistics and higher education sectors.
The future of space is female
Hayley Nitschke always had a passion for science and physics, but it wasn't until she heard RMIT's Dr Gail Iles’ talk at her high school that she knew she wanted a career in space.