Media releases and expert comments

Media releases and expert comments

RMIT expert available for comment on upcoming US-North Korea summit

An expert from RMIT University is available to talk to media about the upcoming US-North Korea summit. The event on Wednesday February 27 and Thursday February 28 will see US President Donald Trump meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Study reveals economic and health benefits of denser suburbs

Denser and more walkable suburban developments keep chronic diseases at bay and deliver lifetime economic and health gains of $4,500 for every resident, new research shows.

Australian-first research investigates perpetration of image-based sexual abuse

One in 10 people have committed image-based sexual abuse, according to the first comprehensive research into the crime in Australia.

Bees have brains for basic maths: study

Researchers have found bees can do basic mathematics, in a discovery that expands our understanding of the relationship between brain size and brain power.

RMIT expert available for comment on the introduction of a spent convictions scheme in Victoria

An expert from RMIT University is available to talk to the media about a spent convictions scheme in Victoria.

RMIT experts available for comment on State of the Union address

Experts from RMIT University are available to talk to media about the upcoming State of the Union address. The rescheduled address will be held on Wednesday (Australian time) / Tuesday night (US time).

Sleep apnoea creates gaps in life memories: study

People with sleep apnoea struggle to remember details of memories from their own lives, potentially making them vulnerable to depression, new research has shown.

Exhibition challenges us to define The Model Citizen

The time has come to decide what sort of citizens we want to be. From harvesting the data of the dead to hybrid bio robot citizens, the high stakes are explored in a compelling new exhibition.

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