Solar car teams breeze towards the podium
Engineering and design students are collaborating to prepare for the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge using state-of-the-art modelling techniques in RMIT’s industrial wind tunnel.
Smart filters: Next gen materials for modern gas masks
Gas masks have barely changed in over 100 years but with the help of some computational wizardry, next gen smart materials are bringing the outdated technology into the 21st century.
Future-focused: Vietnam’s next decade looking bright
Our experts look to the future and share their insights about the Vietnamese economy and its start-up culture, anywhere working and tourism.
Recycling biosolids to make sustainable bricks
How can you recycle the world’s stockpiles of treated sewage sludge and boost sustainability in the construction industry, all at the same time? Turn those biosolids into bricks.
Sensors take headache out of summer beach parking
Researchers are installing sensors throughout the summer hotspot of Rye to monitor traffic, parking, crowd numbers and even toilet usage to better manage holiday crowds.
RMIT launches new Salesforce course to train students for jobs of the future
Built in collaboration with the global leader in customer relationship management (CRM), Salesforce, the new CRM Professional with Salesforce course is a welcome addition to RMIT's Future Skills portfolio.
The season that was: RMIT and Essendon Football Club
Almost a year on, and the innovative new partnership between RMIT and the Essendon Football Club (EFC) has proven a huge success.
New aviation partnership lands in South Australia
RMIT has announced a new aviation training school partnership with Hartwig Air in response to a growing worldwide pilot shortage.
RMITin3: Salesforce of the future
In the latest RMITin3, Chief Technology Officer Paul Oppenheimer sits down with Salesforce APAC Area Vice President Charles Woodall to talk about the future of work for the cloud-based software giant.
Fact check: Are carbon emissions coming down in Australia?
RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates former Liberal Minister Amanda Vanstone’s claim that "emissions are coming down" in Australia.
Going global: RMIT takes part in Asia’s premier design event
A star-studded list of RMIT alumni joined students and staff at the acclaimed Hong Kong Business of Design Week earlier this month.
Graduates share their stories
RMIT’s newest graduates celebrated at a graduation ceremony held at Marvel Stadium yesterday.
Tony Ellwood honoured as a leader in the arts
National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) Director Tony Ellwood AM was presented with an Honorary Doctorate at the RMIT graduation ceremony today.
Getting your facts straight
What do crocodiles, crime rates and codeine have in common? They’ve all been fact checked. Read more about the increasingly important skill that sorts fact from fiction.
Partners in disruption: preparing students for a brave new future
RMIT Online CEO Helen Souness looks ahead at the ever-changing world of work and the role universities have to play in it.
Four in ten think women lie about being victims of sexual assault
Four in ten Australians (42%) think sexual assault accusations are a way of getting back at men, according to the fourth National Community Attitudes Survey (NCAS) on violence against women.
Next steps on the Dior mentoring journey
Insights from Christian Dior executives and a VIP styling session were among the highlights of an evening to mark the halfway point of the Women@Dior mentoring program.
New partnership with ACMI to reactivate the iconic Capitol Theatre
Thanks to an exciting new partnership with ACMI, the Capitol Theatre will soon re-take its place at the centre of Melbourne’s vibrant cultural scene.
Lights, camera, action: media students part of prime-time broadcast
A group of RMIT media students have gained valuable industry experience as part of the broadcast team behind the 2018 Australian Directors’ Guild Awards.
Algorithms, AI and robots: architecture's new frontier
Poised at the intersection of design and technology, architect Alisa Andrasek is using algorithmic design and robotic construction to create sweeping forms and spaces fit for the future.
New alliance to drive innovation in aged care
RMIT University has joined innovAGEING to create a knowledge alliance that will link research with product and service development in the aged care industry.
The future for social service
The fastest-growing sector in Australia is also the least likely to be taken over by robots according to the Victorian Council of Social Service.
Japan beckons for scholarship recipients
The opportunity to intern at one of the world’s most prestigious news outlets is set to become a reality for two journalism students in 2019.
The value of esports: a partnership between Essendon Football Club and RMIT
The rapidly growing esports industry is set to be the subject of a new study, providing a unique insight into the networked media sports industry.
New centre to help industry make sense of data
A new centre will use cutting edge research to help partner organisations turn data into knowledge.
Architecture project involving RMIT students wins top honour
RMIT architecture students have worked alongside leading industry professionals to win the 2018 LAGI Biennial Competition amid a strong field of international entrants.
Diagnostic advance: gas-sensing capsule set to hit market by 2022
An electronic capsule that measures gases in the gut to revolutionise the diagnosis of gut disorders could be available within four years, following an agreement between RMIT and Atmo Biosciences.
Will robots eat our jobs?
Delivery drones, hyperloops, virtual reality replacing text books, driverless cars as the norm on our roads, 3D printed homes and space tourism. Welcome to the future.
RMIT launches world-first short courses in VR and AI using Amazon Sumerian
RMIT and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have announced a new collaboration that is set to enhance the student experience and transform the education sector.
Building a sustainable future
In the latest RMITin3, Hendry Group CEO Emma Hendry provides some insight into the evolving property and construction industry.
Hackathon sees industry challenges tackled by student problem solvers
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a concept that continues to rapidly transform the way we live, work and learn – from revolutionising simple day-to-day errands to enabling the re-creation of cities.
Star mentor recognised in Women in Industry Awards
Senior electrotechnology educator Dr Gita Pendharkar has won the Mentor of the Year Award, a recognition of her outstanding commitment to her students.
Bloody marvels: How micro devices are delivering big blood results
From rapid diagnosis of heart attacks to screening bleeding disorders, tiny devices designed to handle the complexities of blood could be the future of pathology.
Medical device technologies win major innovation awards
Pioneering medical technologies developed at RMIT University have won top spots in the Johnson & Johnson Innovation, JLABS "Victorian QuickFire Challenge: Driving Device Innovation".
Coming out at work is complex and an ongoing dilemma, research finds
Less than a third of LGBTIQ+ employees are out to all their colleagues and this significantly compromises their wellbeing and work performance, new research has found.
Museums of the future: three industry insights
The 50th birthday of the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is a perfect time to discuss how museums are adapting to the challenges of new technology.
Sensor technology to improve safety and health in aged care
Flexible sensors developed at RMIT will be integrated into new health monitoring technology to improve aged care, in a project supported through a $1.7 million Federal Government grant.
Blockchain to transform health care models
RMIT University and DB Results have announced a major industry partnership to pioneer innovative healthcare solutions using blockchain technology.
Blockchain-enabled badges for students
RMIT students will soon have the option to publish industry-relevant skills and experiences to the blockchain, in partnership with leading digital credentialing platform, Credly.
RMIT and Microsoft develop course in world-first collaboration
RMIT has teamed up with Microsoft to deliver a ground-breaking new Games and Graphics Programming course for the next generation of mixed reality software developers and designers.
Out of this world: Designing an urban area on Mars
In the next giant leap for mankind, RMIT students are designing, creating and exploring a sophisticated civilisation on Mars.
A premier partnership: Essendon Football Club and RMIT
Two iconic Melbourne institutions have joined forces, creating a new frontier in cross-industry collaboration.
Blockchain strategy course prepares students for jobs of the future
From crypto start-ups to established enterprises, global demand for blockchain expertise makes it one of the hottest areas for technology recruitment.
Studying cyber security is a safe bet for career progression
Choosing to change career wasn’t a risky decision for Hema Zmirak, as she knew that moving into cyber security is about as safe a bet as the name suggests.