Going for gold: why the Tokyo timezone could benefit Australian athletes in their medal hunt
With the Tokyo Olympics beginning tonight, RMIT experts reveal why jetleg is a little-known factor in athlete performance and how the major sporting event could be the biggest signal for a post COVID-19 world.
Forget cash! Credit is key to the survival of Melbourne's busking scene
Electronic and digital payments are the key for buskers and street performers to survive in a post-COVID world, new RMIT research reveals.
Space Industry Hub set to launch Victorian expertise into global markets
A new Space Industry Hub at RMIT will connect local business and research to global opportunities in space technology.
Victorian government announces $44.6million investment in RMIT
RMIT’s CBD North campus will be the focus of a new urban renewal project thanks to a $44.6m Victorian Government investment.
Companies in research partnerships more innovative and resilient: study
The keys to collaboration between small business and the research sector have been revealed in a major new report.
To become an innovation nation, we really need to think smaller
Just 5% of Australian businesses have collaborated with university researchers, and the smaller the company, the less likely collaboration.
Financial 'influencers' unregulated on social media
In Australia, giving financial advice without a license is illegal but unlicensed influencers are giving financial advice on social media and the government has so far refused to regulate this activity.
State budget bounce-back: experts on where funding should go
After undergoing the harshest lockdowns in the country, how should Victoria spend its budget to bounce back? RMIT academics share their expert view on where best to splash the cash for the state’s COVID-19 recovery.