Organ storage a step closer with cryopreservation discovery
Australian scientists have taken the first step towards improved storage of human cells, which may lead to the safe storage of organs such as hearts and lungs.
Natural hazards research comes to RMIT
Australia’s centre for disaster and natural hazards research is teaming up with RMIT on research and educational initiatives aimed at saving lives and protecting communities from natural disasters.
RMIT community recognised in 2022 Queen's Birthday Honours
Members of the RMIT community have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday 2022 Honours List for their outstanding contributions to Australian society through teaching, research, innovation and community leadership.
Urban planning for healthier lives
Distinguished Professor Billie Giles-Corti says she was a lone wolf when she started her research career. Now she’s part of a global network making the connections between liveability and health outcomes.
Mobile art installation connects regional creative community to Melbourne and beyond
A van displaying digital art made by East Gippsland students has travelled to reconnect regional communities to metropolitan Melbourne after more than two years of COVID barriers.
Award-winning costume designer visits RMIT
Student's from RMIT's School of Fashion and Textiles basked in the glory of Australia's very own big screen fashion icon and multi-award-winning costume designer, production designer and film producer, Catherine Martin.
RMIT continues to rise in global rankings
RMIT has ranked 190th in the latest QS World University Rankings consolidating its reputation as a global leader in education and research.
The voices behind RISING’s choir costumes
RMIT Fashion and Design graduates Michelle Li and Yongbin (Bin) Zhang have designed the vibrant costumes lighting up The Wilds at RISING Festival 2022 in Melbourne.
RMIT students become the teacher at Rosanna Primary School
Students from RMIT’s Bachelor of Education stepped back into primary school to practice critical skills required for teaching English as an additional language or dialect (EAL/D) students.
Embedding reconciliation in space and place – a Q&A with Kate Spencer and Peter Thomas
FORWARD, RMIT’s Centre for Future Skills and Workforce Transformation recently commissioned Aboriginal artist Troy Firebrace to transform their CBD workspace.
Decolonising higher education: First Nations student perspectives in Australia
First Nations students at RMIT shared their perspectives on how universities can promote inclusion and Indigenous perspectives at the recent UNESCO World Higher Education Conference in Barcelona, Spain.
RMIT leads as one of the nation’s top LGBTQ+ inclusive workplaces
RMIT has received national recognition for developing Australia’s first professional network for researchers who identify as LGBTIQ+ or who research in the fields of gender diversity and sexuality.