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Shooting for the moon with science and tech

When John F Kennedy announced we were sending man to the moon, he kicked off an age of innovation that underpins science and technology today – and the Moonshot podcast is exploring the sector’s biggest ideas.

Highlighting the best of RMIT animation

RMIT graduates will join a line-up of award-winning animators, industry veterans and inspiring independents at Melbourne’s premier animation festival.

Sans Forgetica wins prestigious design award

Sans Forgetica, a typeface that could help people remember more of what they read, has claimed the top award in Communication Design at the 61st annual Good Design Awards overnight.

RMIT and Melbourne Writers Festival join literary forces

RMIT has partnered with the 2019 Melbourne Writers Festival to host a series of events that will bring the City of Literature to life.

New offerings prepare students for modern media world

RMIT is responding to the ever-changing media landscape, with journalism students learning how to respond to and report on trolling, as well as fact checking and verification.

Poetic Portraits of Australian Elders

A new project to capture the lives and memories of Australian elders and seniors through poetry is set to restore some balance to an increasingly youth-focused arts sector.

Stephen Conroy says you can't easily drive from Sydney to Melbourne in an electric vehicle. Is he correct?

RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates the former Labor minister's claim.

Meet the grandmother who uses Pokémon Go to reconnect with her city

Mundane trips to the market or shops became Pokémon Go adventures in which she would reinvent the routes to capture more Pokémon.

AFL and the media: 5 things we learned from Justin Rodski

Professional sport has a complex relationship with the media industry, something Justin Rodksi has learned from almost a decade working with Essendon Football Club.

The Capitol open for business with Agnès Varda retrospective

One of the first seasons to feature at the revitalised Capitol will feature films by the “grandmother of the French New Wave”, celebrated filmmaker Agnès Varda.

Bees can link symbols to numbers: study

We’ve learned bees can understand zero and do basic maths, and now a new study shows their tiny insect brains may be capable of connecting symbols to numbers.

Marion's ceiling shines again

The revitalisation of Melbourne’s Capitol has provided an opportunity to revisit the feminist history of architect Marion Mahony Griffin and her contribution to the iconic building.

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Acknowledgement of country

RMIT University acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nations on whose unceded lands we conduct the business of the University. RMIT University respectfully acknowledges their Ancestors and Elders, past and present. RMIT also acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and their Ancestors of the lands and waters across Australia where we conduct our business.

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