A lifeline for premature born babies: Funding announced for new stem cell research
RMIT is part a group of researchers from across the globe developing a new therapy that aims to see if stem cells can be used to regenerate the brain damage caused by premature birth. This brain damage is called ‘encephalopathy of prematurity’ (EOP).
Bacteria shredding tech to fight drug-resistant superbugs
Researchers have used liquid metals to develop new bacteria-destroying technology that could be the answer to the deadly problem of antibiotic resistance.
Game changer: New software for stroke rehab
A new touch-screen therapy tool could accelerate the recovery of patients who have suffered a stroke and change the way rehabilitation is delivered in hospitals and homes.
What’s next for the future of nutrition?
Forget kombucha and think bugs – an RMIT expert says we need to look towards nutrients and foods that are both kinder to us, and to the planet.
Screening tech advances early detection of Parkinson’s disease
Screening technology to catch Parkinson’s disease in its earliest stages could be available within three years, following an agreement between RMIT University and start-up company Jesse Medical.
How can healthtech improve patient care: Insights from global experts
The healthcare sector has experienced a significant transformation in past years due to the digitalisation of healthcare services and associated ecosystems, providing both opportunities and challenges when it comes to patient care.
Australian launch of digital health ecosystem
RMIT has partnered with the European Connection Health Alliance (ECHAlliance) for the launch of a digital health ecosystem in Australia that will strengthen the connections between patients, clinicians, researchers, policy makers, technology providers and the community.
New support for women experiencing early menopause
A new digital resource has brought together the stories of women experiencing early menopause, helping to inform and support others facing the under-recognised condition.