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.
How a Vietnamese raw pork snack could help us keep food fresh, naturally
A traditional Vietnamese meat snack could hold the key to developing a safe and natural food preservative, addressing the twin global problems of food waste and food-borne illnesses.
How long do COVID vaccines take to start working?
The infection of a Victorian aged-worker who had received their first COVID vaccine dose isn't completely surprising. We need two doses for optimal protection.
New technique breaks the mould for 3D printing medical implants
Researchers have flipped traditional 3D printing to create some of the most intricate biomedical structures yet, advancing the development of new technologies for regrowing bones and tissue.
Victorian paramedics are experiencing high levels of psychological distress: study
A new study has found more than a third of Victorian paramedics feel burnt out by their work and are experiencing significant levels of stress.
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.
New evidence of positive outcomes from festival drug checking
A new study into the efficacy of drug checking services at festivals has been published in the UK by an RMIT visiting fellow.
Road to recovery: experts on where Federal Budget funding should go
Australia’s economic recovery from COVID-19 has been better than predicted, so what can we expect from this year’s Federal Budget? RMIT academics share their expert view on where the cash can be splashed for the greatest benefit.