Magnetic material mops up microplastics in water
Researchers at RMIT University have found an innovative way to rapidly remove hazardous microplastics from water using magnets.
Scientists add 'invisible fibre’ to foods for a healthier diet
Scientists have converted native starches, such as wheat, corn and cassava, to dietary fibre that can be added to food to make it healthier without changing its texture, colour or taste.
Contactless screening tool could revolutionise chronic wound treatment
A thermal-imaging tool to screen for chronic wounds could enable nurses to identify these hard-to-heal sores during the first assessment at a person’s home.
Ingenious innovation for EnGenius 2022
Projects looking at using coal ash to strengthen road pavement and an Advanced Transvaginal Mesh that could treat Pelvic Organ Prolapse were some of the student projects presented at this year’s RMIT Engineering showcase.