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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 voted world’s best geospatial research institute

The university has just been named Geospatial Research Institute of the Year for 2019 by the Geospatial World Forum.

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.

Water drone nominated for Airshow innovation prize

A waterproof drone that can land on sea has been nominated for a top innovation prize.

Industry 4.0 comes to Defence

Bold new research shows how sensors and artificial intelligence can revolutionise the way Defence technology is managed.

Sugar on the brain: using seaweed sugar to heal brain injuries

Australian researchers have successfully harnessed the healing power of seaweed to develop a new technique that can repair damaged brain tissue.

Cell chat: Attacking disease by learning the language of cells

Breakthrough lab-on-a-chip technology that reveals how human cells communicate could lead to new treatments for cancer and autoimmune disorders.

Clever coating opens door to smart windows

Researchers from RMIT University have developed a new ultra-thin coating that responds to heat and cold, opening the door to “smart windows”.

Dual accolades for Madhu Bhaskaran

Associate Professor Madhu Bhaskaran's work in the field of flexible electronics has been recognised with two significant honours.

Drones can now flap wings, ride wind currents like birds

The next generation of unmanned drones will act more like birds than machines, thanks to new research.

Centre to help grow Aerospace and Defence Industries

A newly expanded centre at RMIT University is set to support the transformational growth of Australia’s Defence and Aerospace industries.

Young engineers build ride-on drone

RMIT aerospace engineers are building the first Australian single pilot hovercraft for recreational flight.

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