The global supply chain crisis that stole Christmas
An expert in supply chain and logistics explains the perfect storm of events that has left global supply chains in crisis, threatening Christmas deliveries.
The research translation journey: Turning theory into real-world impact
A new book published in the framework of OpenInnoTrain – a European Union-funded project – reflects upon the project’s activities and findings to provide practical guidance to convert research outcomes into outputs which benefit society.
Report: Four ways to guide Australian businesses to net zero
A new report says business needs more support to achieve net zero emissions, including more stringent and consistent reporting, re-introducing carbon pricing, and reforming the carbon credit systems.
Data Innovation Hub to boost skills in data analytics and AI
A new Data Innovation Hub at RMIT will offer students opportunities to work with leading organisations who are using data analytics and AI to solve real world problems and create value for their business.
When native title fails: First Nations people are turning to human rights law to keep access to cultural sites
Recently Queensland police recognised the cultural rights of Wangan and Jagalingou people to conduct ceremony under provisions of a Human Rights Act. What does this mean for other Traditional Owners?
Peggy O'Neal announced as incoming Chancellor
RMIT University Council has announced Peggy O’Neal AO as the University's new Chancellor.
How just 10 news photos can predict global daily stock market returns
Research shows how investors can use news photos to better predict daily stock market returns.
Transforming tomorrow together: the future is bright for digital innovators
Some of Australia’s key voices in digital innovation have joined the Hon. Jaala Pulford at an event focused on fostering a digitally skilled workforce and reinforcing Victoria’s position as a leader in technology and innovation.