State budget bounce-back: experts on where funding should go
After undergoing the harshest lockdowns in the country, how should Victoria spend its budget to bounce back? RMIT academics share their expert view on where best to splash the cash for the state’s COVID-19 recovery.
Long-lost letter from Albert Einstein discusses a link between physics and biology, seven decades before evidence emerges
A recently discovered letter written by Albert Einstein discusses a link between physics and biology, seven decades before evidence emerges.
Mapping culture and climatic energy drivers: A new visual library to achieve successful Plus Energy Building design
A new online GIS tool is helping designers, researchers and policymakers to understand how different European climates and cultures can influence energy demand in buildings.
New evidence of positive outcomes from festival drug checking
A new study into the efficacy of drug checking services at festivals has been published in the UK by an RMIT visiting fellow.
Applying a gender lens on the budget is not about pitting women against men
It's about appreciating the ways in which men and women tend to walk different life paths, navigate towards different industries and occupations, writes Dr Leonora Risse.
Hamann wins prestigious Neville Quarry Architectural Education Prize
Associate Professor Conrad Hamann was announced as a joint winner of the 2021 Australian Institute of Architects (AIA) Neville Quarry Architectural Education Prize, the fourth RMIT recipient to win the award.
We need to change the way we think about domestic violence
See What You Made Me Do will change the way we think about domestic violence. Here's what needs to happen now.
Road to recovery: experts on where Federal Budget funding should go
Australia’s economic recovery from COVID-19 has been better than predicted, so what can we expect from this year’s Federal Budget? RMIT academics share their expert view on where the cash can be splashed for the greatest benefit.
New partnership to boost research and industry exchange in Europe
RMIT University is partnering with Catalonia’s leading research centre to support technology transfer and innovation for industry in Europe.
Restricting internet searches causes stock market instability: study
Limiting internet searches for investors increases stock market crash risk by 19%, a new study has found.
Artificial super stool to bring hope for people with chronic gut disease
The urgent need for human stool donations to treat chronic gut infections could soon be eased with innovative research to develop artificial super stool.
8 years after the Rana Plaza tragedy, Bangladesh’s garment workers are still bottom of the pile
The 2013 Dhaka garment factory collapse is the clothing industry's worst ever industrial incident. Not enough has changed for garment workers.