Adding copper strengthens 3D-printed titanium, study finds
Successful trials of titanium-copper alloys for 3D printing could kickstart a new range of high-performance alloys for medical device and aerospace applications.
Eternal flame burns on after RMIT steps in with repairs
A quick response by manufacturing experts has kept the Eternal Flame at Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance from going out.
Screening tech advances early detection of Parkinson’s disease
Screening technology to catch Parkinson’s disease in its earliest stages could be available within three years, following an agreement between RMIT University and start-up company Jesse Medical.
A beginner's guide to 3D printing
RMIT's Alex Kingsbury explains how additive manufacturing works and why it matters for Australian industry as part of a new government training initiative.
RMIT early career researchers win $3.3 million
The Australian Research Council has awarded eight RMIT early career researchers a combined $3.3 million in funding in the first round of the 2020 Discovery Early Career Researcher Award scheme.
From coffee to concrete: Engineering solutions to our most pressing problems
A new project from RMIT University could see the waste from the 1.3 million cups of coffee drunk daily in Australia turned into concrete used in homes, driveways or office buildings.
RMIT takes out top honours in national defence awards
RMIT researchers have been recognised for their work in defence research, with one taking home the top prize of Scientist of the Year.
Opening up the outdoors for Aussie wheelchair users
An RMIT graduate has won the national James Dyson award for his invention of a portable and affordable accessory that allows manual wheelchair users to access any terrain, anywhere, anytime.
Research to transform biosolid resource management
A new research centre is set to transform Australia’s biosolid use as a valuable resource, providing new practices, technologies and products for improved land management and training.
Human trials begin for first generation gas sensing capsule
Clinical trials of an electronic capsule that measures gases in the gut, first developed at RMIT, have begun in Melbourne.