RMIT technology takes pole at Grand Prix
An interactive exhibit at the 2019 Australia Formula 1 Grand Prix will showcase how RMIT is helping to shape the future through research and innovation.
RMIT women named superstars of STEM
Three RMIT researchers from STEM have been named among 60 Australian women recognised for outstanding contributions to their fields.
Fantastic four: meet the researchers changing the future of health
Technology is having a huge impact on our health. Here four RMIT researchers talk about the potential impact of their work as we live even longer lives.
Industry 4.0 comes to Defence
Bold new research shows how sensors and artificial intelligence can revolutionise the way Defence technology is managed.
Water drone nominated for Airshow innovation prize
A waterproof drone that can land on sea has been nominated for a top innovation prize.
RMIT voted world’s best geospatial research institute
RMIT has been named Geospatial Research Institute of the Year for 2019 by the Geospatial World Forum.
Building next gen smart materials with the power of sound
Researchers have used sound waves to precisely manipulate atoms and molecules, accelerating the sustainable production of breakthrough smart materials.
Building urban climate resilience in the Solomon Islands
The informal settlements of Honiara are home to almost half the city’s population. The complex challenges of these vulnerable urban communities call for tailored, multi-faceted solutions.
Device simplifies study of blood cells, opens new organ-on-chip possibilities.
A simple innovation the size of a grain of sand means we can now analyse cells and tiny particles as if they were inside the human body.
Researchers look to the skies for stroke response breakthrough
How do you put a 500kg CT machine in an Air Ambulance helicopter or fixed wing plane? That’s the challenge researchers face in a bid to transform access to emergency stroke treatment.
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.
Tracking sludge flow for better wastewater treatment and more biogas
A new way of tracking how sewage sludge flows during thermal treatment could help engineers design better wastewater treatment plants and boost production of biogas.