Reporter: Dr Crystal Zhang is with the RMIT university's department of aerospace engineering...
Reporter: RMIT researchers have measured the effects of shrill alarms...
Steve Pemberton: It'd be better to spend some more money to run buses every 10 minutes on main roads...
Reporter: Sara Charlesworth is a work and gender researcher at RMIT University
Reporter: RMIT's fact check unit
Andrew Butt: Ideas like this are always going to be great but someone needs to stand by them and actually indicate what needs to be done to make them happen
Matthew Warren: Cyber crime and scams are now being undertaken at levels that we've not seen before and they've really become an industry by themselves
I've been researching cyber security for 20-plus years when we talk about cyber security is to be able to talk about it in such a way you know that people can understand what the issues are, what the challenges are, and explaining it you know in a more sort of simplified way.
Reporter: Dr Kylie Quinn a vaccine expert at RMIT...
Reporter: I'm joined by Dr Kylie Quinn who is a vaccine expert at RMIT University very good evening to you
Kylie Quinn: I think there's a real lack of information about what exactly is happening with this vaccine.
James Collett: I think, overall, people are getting behind it. But there's certainly, definitely, reports of people that are um not enjoying uh wearing the masks so much.
Reporter: According to Anastasia Powell who's an Associate Professor of Criminology and Justice Studies at RMIT
Anastasia Powell: They're not sure who they can turn to in terms of their friends or family or even making a report who's going to believe them and he's not going to serve a shame and blame them for the abuse.
Warren Staples: Certainly the losers are the unsecured bondholders who have only received between 10 and 13 cents on the dollar.
Magdalena Plebanski: It has this potential to work not just in young healthy adults but also in an
Reporter: Melanie Daven is the director of the Australian Urban Observatory at RMIT University and she joins me now live. More likely to take the risk and go to work if they've got work because they can't afford not to
Melanie Davern: exactly what would be happening so you can imagine that you know we know that we have lost rights for workers these things...
Reporter: Dr Lucy Gunn was the lead author of this study joins me now.
Lucy Gunn: The more established and older areas of the cities, and this is true for Newcastle, tend to be more livable. So you tend to get better outcomes
Reporter: We’re joined by Research Fellow in Social and Global studies at RMIT University Dr Emma Shortis, good morning, welcome
Reporter: Emma Shortis, U.S historian and research fellow at RMIT. Thank you all for joining us very much.
Reporter: On President Trump perhaps more so than he has done in the past
Emma Shortis: It's certainly more than Obama has been wanting to do in the past. He's been very reserved. I think very reluctant to criticize a president while he’s in office
very reluctant to criticize a president
Anthony Forsyth: I can't see what possible fair justification there could be. The churches have obtained a special deal in having job keeper extended to them. Why on earth should they then be allowed to claw some of that money back?
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