Student's new branding
An RMIT design student, inspired by the traditional owners of the land, will have her Indigenous designs featured in RMIT’s official branding.Read the story
Rise of the drones
The unmanned aviation industry is booming and RMIT is the first to deliver drone pilot training as part of a degree.Read the story
Perth's liveability scorecard
A new report measuring Perth’s liveability progress has found that despite improvements, the city is struggling to meet its targets for policy implementation.Read the story
Back to the future as researchers invent real-life flux capacitor
The "Back to the Future" time machine runs on an imaginary flux capacitor but could the movie invention become reality?
Fact check: Has the foreign aid budget been cut five years in a row?
Reducing poverty in the developing world is one of the main aims of foreign aid. In real terms, Australia's foreign aid spending has fallen yearly since 2014-15, and it is budgeted to keep on falling.
Micro miracles – how nanotechnology is driving health outcomes
RMIT University is generating quality international commercial outcomes by combining cutting edge biomedical research with innovative business thinking.
Supported saving boosts financial wellbeing: report
A new RMIT report confirms actively saving is one of the most important influences on financial wellbeing, benefitting not only individuals but their households, communities and the broader economy.