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Blockchain set to enable better land management systems

Blockchain could provide greater legal security and contribute to the economic and social development of countries with limited land management systems according to RMIT property law experts.

Google chooses RMIT to help shape the future

Google rates RMIT as a leading technology university with three prestigious research awards, more than any other Australian university.

An ‘Airbnb’ for energy could help homes share spare power

Could the future of energy lie in the sharing economy? Research shows energy sharing platforms may be key to supporting our transition to new tech and cleaner power, while delivering for consumers.

Scientists don’t really get the female brain – and it’s a problem for women’s health

A major new review examines what we know (and don't know) about the unique aspects of the female brain, the lack of female-specific research, and why it’s a real issue for women's health.

Lettuce fight the war on waste

An industrial design graduate who repurposed scrap lettuce leaves to make biodegradable plates was a winner at the 2019 Victorian Design Challenge.

News in sixty seconds prepares students for the future

Journalism students are gaining valuable industry-ready experience by producing news bulletins for free-to-air TV.

Unique public artwork unveiled at RMIT

Revealed at RMIT’s city campus, Wurrunggi Biik - Law of the Land is a 2.4 metre artwork signifying a long-lasting spiritual connection to Country.

Four ways sleep deprivation affects your brain and your body

Sleep is one of the unsung heroes of health, with serious consequences when we don’t get enough. Our experts explain what happens when you’re sleep deprived and share their tips to better sleep.

Racing to success in engineering and design

Automotive engineering graduate James Gourlie is a step closer to realising his dream after securing a work placement with INFINITI and Renault F1® Team.

The terror of climate change is transforming young people’s identity

Today, thousands of Australian students will join children from over 82 countries who are walking out of school to protest climate change inaction.

Universities join forces in advanced manufacturing

RMIT and the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) at the University of Sheffield have entered into a partnership that will see research collaboration and expertise exchange across advanced manufacturing and engineering.

Regional expansion: RMIT and Singapore focus on future skills

A new partnership with the Singapore Government’s SkillsFuture initiative will see RMIT University take its disruptive online education model to Singapore.

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