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.
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.
Hearts, cells and mud: how biology helps humans re-imagine our cities in vexed times
Biological metaphors for the city abound in daily use. You may live close to an “arterial” road or in the “heart” of a metropolis. You may work in one of the city’s “nerve centres” or exercise in a park described as the city’s “lungs”.
RMIT co-launches Australia’s first-ever Australia Vietnam Policy Institute
RMIT, Asia Society Australia, Asialink and the Australia-Vietnam Leadership Dialogue have combined their Vietnam experience and expertise to establish the inaugural Australia Vietnam Policy Institute (AVPI).