Big data, big opportunity: building an ethical future for health tech
Big data means big opportunity, but what are the ethical implications of tapping into health data as a public resource? And are we even collecting what we need?
Indigenous Careers Fair connects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to industry leaders
RMIT University’s first Indigenous Careers Fair gave students an exclusive opportunity to network with industry leaders.
Research leaps forward in ERA rankings
RMIT University has been rated among the world's best in the latest Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) rankings.
How to be proactive at work, without leaving a trail of destruction
Proactivity in the workplace is a good thing, right? Well, not always.
Mondayitis: why traders sell their losses on the worst day of the week
Investors are more likely to sell their stock market losses on Monday mornings, despite it generally being the worst time to sell, according to new research.
Blazing a trail for innovation
RMIT’s Professor Anne-Laure Mention looks beyond theories to understand the practice of incorporating innovation and knowledge transfer, as it unfolds in business and wider society.
Activator goes global
Activator, the cornerstone of RMIT’s enterprise and entrepreneurial strategy, is going global, with Activator Vietnam launching in 2019.
Banks get royal slap on the wrist
Hayne's failure to tackle bank structures means problem hasn't gone away.