Australia listened to the science on coronavirus. Imagine if we did the same for coal mining
Australia’s relative success in stopping the spread of COVID-19 is largely due to governments taking expert advice on a complex problem. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said of decisions on projects that threaten the environment – most notably, Adani’s Carmichael coal mine.
Using drones to combat the pandemic
RMIT experts explore how and where drones might come into play during and post-pandemic.
What a simulated Mars mission taught me about food waste
Even on 'Mars', humans waste food. And some types of food are more likely to end up in the bin than others says RMIT researcher Dianne McGrath
The power of sound waves making noise with new research
From drug delivery to smart materials, researchers are using sound waves in surprising new ways. But they’re only just scratching the surface in understanding the potential of this pioneering technology.