Links between parental smoking and childhood obesity transcends socio-economic boundaries
A study into parental smoking and childhood obesity has challenged previous notions by revealing that the links between the two are not confined to a specific socio-economic group.
Innovative and inspiring: RMIT students celebrated at the DECJUBA Awards for Marketing
RMIT students were recognised at the inaugural DECJUBA Awards for Marketing, which recognise marketing students for their academic achievements and commitment to improving marketing practice as a future business leader.
How just 10 news photos can predict global daily stock market returns
Research shows how investors can use news photos to better predict daily stock market returns.
Australia's most marketable Australian Olympians and our top memorable moments
After Australia’s success at the Tokyo Olympics, RMIT experts highlight the most marketable Australian Olympians and why it’s the surprise wins we’ll remember most.
COVID vaccine incentives: experts on why they don't work
As Australia strives for higher COVID-19 vaccination rates, RMIT experts share their views about vaccine incentives and why other methods would be more successful.
Digital transformation for SMEs: report
A new report on the digital transformation of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) explores the opportunities, challenges and benefits that digitalisation presents.
Going for gold: why the Tokyo timezone could benefit Australian athletes in their medal hunt
With the Tokyo Olympics beginning tonight, RMIT experts reveal why jetleg is a little-known factor in athlete performance and how the major sporting event could be the biggest signal for a post COVID-19 world.
Forget cash! Credit is key to the survival of Melbourne's busking scene
Electronic and digital payments are the key for buskers and street performers to survive in a post-COVID world, new RMIT research reveals.
Financial 'influencers' unregulated on social media
In Australia, giving financial advice without a license is illegal but unlicensed influencers are giving financial advice on social media and the government has so far refused to regulate this activity.
Applying a gender lens on the budget is not about pitting women against men
It's about appreciating the ways in which men and women tend to walk different life paths, navigate towards different industries and occupations, writes Dr Leonora Risse.
Road to recovery: experts on where Federal Budget funding should go
Australia’s economic recovery from COVID-19 has been better than predicted, so what can we expect from this year’s Federal Budget? RMIT academics share their expert view on where the cash can be splashed for the greatest benefit.
Restricting internet searches causes stock market instability: study
Limiting internet searches for investors increases stock market crash risk by 19%, a new study has found.