RMIT receives second SAGE Cygnet Award
RMIT is the first Victorian University to be awarded a second SAGE Cygnet Award, as it continues to progress towards its silver Athena SWAN accreditation.
Ultrathin nanotech promises to help tackle antibiotic resistance
Researchers have invented a nano-thin superbug-slaying material that could one day be integrated into wound dressings and implants to prevent or heal bacterial infections.
Driverless cars are no place to relax, new study shows
Early data on activities that will be unsafe to undertake in automated vehicles has been released. From doing work to watching the world, from social media to resting – preliminary results are in.
Fungi blaze a trail to fireproof cladding
RMIT scientists have shown it’s possible to grow fungi in thin sheets that could be used for fire-retardant cladding or even a new kind of fungal fashion.