Why study problems when you can solve them?
Dr Dennis John Sumaylo recently became the first person to complete a PhD under RMIT’s partnership with the Philippines Commission on Higher Education (CHED), saying "RMIT is not just to study, but to apply what you learn to real life".
Concrete using recycled tyre rubber hits the road to a circular economy
Engineers have managed to replace 100% of conventional aggregates in concrete – such as gravel and crushed rock – with rubber from discarded tyres that meets building codes, promising a boost for the circular economy.
RMIT University to lead €15.7 million Australia-France doctoral training network
In a significant win for global research training, Australian and French academic ties are set to strengthen with today’s announcement of the Australia France Network of Doctoral Excellence (AUFRANDE).
New Skills and Jobs Centre opens at Bundoora
RMIT’s second Skills and Jobs Centre has opened at RMIT’s Bundoora campus – offering free, expert advice on training, re-skilling, and job options for prospective students, job seekers and members of the community.