Smart diagnostics: AI tech can hear COVID in a cough
A ground-breaking advance in detecting COVID-19 from the way people cough could pave the way to a new generation of diagnostic mobile phone apps.
New technique breaks the mould for 3D printing medical implants
Researchers have flipped traditional 3D printing to create some of the most intricate biomedical structures yet, advancing the development of new technologies for regrowing bones and tissue.
New Siemens Digital Energy TestLab launched at RMIT
RMIT and Siemens have announced a new Digital Energy TestLab that’ll allow students and researchers to simulate intelligent electrical systems for smart cities in a Victorian first.
New partnership to boost research and industry exchange in Europe
RMIT University is partnering with Catalonia’s leading research centre to support technology transfer and innovation for industry in Europe.
Artificial super stool to bring hope for people with chronic gut disease
The urgent need for human stool donations to treat chronic gut infections could soon be eased with innovative research to develop artificial super stool.
Superbug killer: New nanotech destroys bacteria and fungal cells
Researchers have developed a new superbug-destroying coating that could be used on wound dressings and implants to prevent and treat potentially deadly bacterial and fungal infections.
Future-proofing mass transit infrastructure
From capacity limitations due to social distancing through to changes in mobility patterns because of people working from home, COVID-19 has made us rethink how we manage our mass transit infrastructure systems.
Embracing digital evolution: Management and innovation approaches to tackle challenges of contemporary industry
PhD researchers on a new project funded by the European Union will examine the multi-disciplinary aspects of digital transformation to generate new knowledge, tools, methods and roadmaps to guide businesses in their digital evolution.
World-first aged care monitoring and alert technology unveiled
Pioneering technology launched today could revolutionise the aged care industry, delivering real-time and non-invasive resident monitoring and alerts.
Up, up and away: RMIT engineers part of team transforming urgent stroke care in the air and on the ground
RMIT researchers will build light, portable brain scanners into air and road ambulances as part of a project to revolutionise stroke care in Australia.
Successful trials show way forward to making quieter drone propellers
Researchers have published a study revealing their successful approach to designing much quieter propellers.
RMIT Online launches expanded iOS app development course
RMIT Online has today announced it is expanding its adaptation of the Develop in Swift course from Apple.