Decarbonisation tech instantly converts CO2 to solid carbon
Researchers have developed a smart and super-efficient new way of capturing carbon dioxide and converting it to solid carbon, to help advance the decarbonisation of heavy industries.
Design leadership for the future of work: report
A new report on the future of work explores the crucial role of designers in achieving more equitable and sustainable ways of working.
Fossil discovery offers new insights into global evolution of land plants
A 400-million-year-old fossil discovered in Victoria and described by RMIT researchers sheds new light on the early evolution of land plants.
RMIT University selected as an official partner of the New European Bauhaus
RMIT has been named a partner of the New European Bauhaus (NEB) – a creative and interdisciplinary initiative of the European Commission aimed at designing new ways of living to build a sustainable, inclusive and beautiful future for all.
New courses on making cities healthier, more attractive and sustainable
A suite of new free online courses is set to equip urban professionals with the skills needed to tackle the unprecedented challenges facing cities across the world for the healthy liveable cities we need.
Julia Gillard awarded Honorary Doctorate as RMIT celebrates graduates of 2020 and 2021
Former Prime Minister the Hon Julia Gillard AC was awarded an honorary degree at RMIT’s first in-person graduation event since 2019.
“I’ll always be community focused, looking at mental health and why people may commit crimes.”
Meet Michelle Gissara, a proud and passionate student who is graduating with a Bachelor of Justice and Criminology (Honours) this week.
New RMIT Vice-Chancellor's Innovation Professor, Dr Marta Fernandez
RMIT has announced the appointment of its newest Vice-Chancellor’s Innovation Professor, Dr Marta Fernandez.
New copper surface eliminates bacteria in just two minutes
A new surface that kills bacteria more than 100 times faster and more effectively than standard copper could help combat the growing threat of antibiotic-resistant superbugs.
RMIT journalism graduate wants to become "voice for the voiceless"
Fourteen years after arriving from Afghanistan, Shamsiya Hussainpoor graduates from RMIT this week, with a Bachelor of Communication (Journalism), and a desire to give a voice to others.
Food and housing crisis for Melbourne’s native bees
RMIT researchers have called on Melburnians to plant the right plants and create the right homes for native pollinators, for better tomato crops, more flowers and improved urban biodiversity.
RMIT becomes an Adobe Creative Campus
RMIT has announced it will provide all students and staff individual subscriptions of Adobe Creative Cloud to further promote digital literacy skills and digital innovation.