RMIT experts available for comment ahead of International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women (IDEVAW)
Experts are available to talk to the media about a range of topics about gender equality and violence against women ahead of IDEVAW on 25 November.
Statement: Government and university sector release foreign interference guidelines
Guidelines to counter foreign interference in the Australian university sector were released by Federal Education Minister, the Honourable Dan Tehan, at Parliament House today.
RMIT expert available for comment ahead of Convergence: The Global Blockchain Congress 2019
Chris Berg from RMIT's Blockchain Innovation Hub is available to talk to media on the impact of blockchain on the future of work ahead of Convergence: The Global Blockchain Congress 2019 in November in Malaga.
Immune ‘control switch’ could prevent brain injury in premature babies
Researchers have discovered an immune control switch that could protect the brains of premature babies, who often suffer brain injuries when their immune response goes into overdrive.
RMIT experts available for comment on Melbourne Cup
Experts from RMIT University are available to talk to media about a range of topics relating to the upcoming Melbourne Cup including gambling, race day entertainment, sports marketing and the economy.
Reports reveal our attitudes to sexist ads and how the industry can improve
People are sick of sexist ads and the harm they cause but feel powerless to change them, according to new research.
Canberra model the key to creating successful new cities
It often gets a bad rap, but Canberra could hold the secret to planning for Australia’s growing population and successfully decentralising our major cities, researchers say.
Expanding innovation: New DPVC joins RMIT
Professor Martie-Louise Verreynne has been appointed as the new Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor Research and Innovation in the College of Business.