RMIT alumni leaders share their tips for today’s engineering graduates
In a field rapidly changing through digital transformation and automation, today’s engineering graduates must be equipped with both the technical and soft skills needed – and never stop learning.
Explainer: why is Victoria fast-tracking reforms to sexual violence ‘gag laws’ and to what effect?
The Victorian parliament is considering a bill to change laws that prevent sexual violence victim-survivors from speaking about their experience. But some of the details need to be reconsidered.
RMIT project wins US Navy innovation prize grant
An RMIT-led group has been awarded a share of $1.5 million to develop new diamond-fibre magnetic sensors.
Engineering students shine at EnGenius 2020 despite pandemic
A new project that uses artificial intelligence to maintain ageing port infrastructure is one of many dynamic ideas featured at EnGenius, RMIT’s annual event showcasing final year engineering students’ projects and products.