New butterfly-inspired hydrogen sensor is powered by light
Inspired by the surface of butterfly wings, researchers have developed a light-activated hydrogen sensor that produces ultra-precise results at room temperature.
We modelled how a COVID vaccine roll-out would work. Here’s what we found
RMIT researchers have designed a mathematical model to test different scenarios for COVID-19 vaccine distribution, which we have submitted for publication.
Industry 4.0 skills report says the future of work is about people and creativity
The Future of Work in the Digital Economy – Developing skills for Industry 4.0 report, published today, highlights how the COVID-19 disruption has shown that Industry 4.0 is not only about technology – it’s more about people.
Spotlight on e-scooter safety in Barcelona
An exhibition addressing safety issues caused by e-scooters in Barcelona – developed by RMIT’s School of Design with input from Barcelona City Council – is currently on show as part of a virtual exhibition during Barcelona Design Week 2020.