Science takes guesswork out of cheese production and reduces waste
Researchers are helping take the guesswork out of cheese manufacturing by using science to better predict and control the ripening process.
Co-creating nanotechnologies with society: GoNano project
RMIT researchers from the recently completed Governing Nanotechnologies Through Societal Engagement (GoNano) Horizon 2020 European research project discuss how the study has shaped them as researchers and put a spotlight on the importance of stakeholder engagement to achieve real world research impact.
RMIT women in STEM: Meet three alumni leaders in Germany
From Melbourne to Munich and beyond, meet three RMIT women working in STEM in Germany: Katharina Ivanenko, Sahana Shivanna and Naghmeh Torabi.
RMIT set to lead a €9 million innovative global doctoral training program in Europe
Taking the top spot with a score of 99% out of over 66 funding proposals in Europe, a €9 million RMIT European Doctoral Innovators (REDI) COFUND proposal has been approved for funding by the European Commission.
Nano-thin piezoelectrics advance self-powered electronics
A new type of ultra-efficient, nano-thin material could advance self-powered electronics, wearable technologies and even deliver pacemakers powered by heart beats.
How is climate change affecting the longevity of our water infrastructure?
An RMIT graduate has created a model that could predict the future impact of climate change on water pipeline infrastructure.
New butterfly-inspired hydrogen sensor is powered by light
Inspired by the surface of butterfly wings, researchers have developed a light-activated hydrogen sensor that produces ultra-precise results at room temperature.
Space students' out-of-this-world placement
A failed rocket launch and monitoring potential space collisions made for an unforgettable week for RMIT’s Space Science students.