A lifeline for premature born babies: Funding announced for new stem cell research
RMIT is part a group of researchers from across the globe developing a new therapy that aims to see if stem cells can be used to regenerate the brain damage caused by premature birth. This brain damage is called ‘encephalopathy of prematurity’ (EOP).
Challenges and opportunities: the future of energy, waste and materials
With the rapid onset of urbanisation, we need to harness ethical and sustainable innovations in energy, materials and waste management to foster healthy, inclusive cities and communities.
New course to meet demand for DevOps professionals
RMIT has launched an industry-built short course to help meet exponential growth predicted for the DevOps sector.
Response, recovery and resilience: experts react to the bushfire crisis
Our experts respond to Australia's bushfires with perspectives on topics ranging from policy and planning, to community resilience, the mental health of first responders and the psychology of loss.
Bacteria shredding tech to fight drug-resistant superbugs
Researchers have used liquid metals to develop new bacteria-destroying technology that could be the answer to the deadly problem of antibiotic resistance.
RMIT alumnus finds his calling helping disadvantaged in India and Nepal
Entrepreneurship graduate Luke Barbagallo found a way to use his degree and give back, pursuing a career with a social enterprise.
Ultrasound can help make 3D-printed alloys stronger
Researchers have used sound vibrations to shake metal alloy grains into tighter formation during 3D printing.
Students a fixture at Big Bash League launch
RMIT students were firmly part of the action as the Melbourne Renegades launched the Big Bash League (BBL) season last night with a clash against the Sydney Thunder.
Breast cancer patients turn to Instagram for social support
Breast cancer patients and survivors are turning to Instagram as a source of social support and to share often hidden aspects of health care treatments, a new study shows.
Mixing business with pleasure: The couple who made it work
After dating only six months, Brent and Katie Rooke started the Executive Master of Business together. Four years, a wedding, and a baby girl later, they’ve graduated together, too.
Meet our newest graduands
More than 9,000 students – a record number – will mark the transition from student to alumni when they officially became RMIT graduates at today’s ceremony. Here are three of their stories.
Sally Capp awarded Honorary Doctorate as RMIT congratulates class of 2019
Melbourne Lord Mayor Sally Capp was awarded an honorary degree at RMIT’s graduation ceremony held at Marvel Stadium.