Mining atlas helps map Australia's clean energy future
An industry-led collaboration is unlocking value in previously mined and discarded earth and rock to help boost Australia’s global position as a clean energy powerhouse.
Wonder drug-capsule may one day replace insulin injection for diabetics
Scientists in Melbourne have designed a new type of oral capsule that could mean pain-free delivery of insulin and other protein drugs.
“Inkable” nanomaterial promises big benefits for bendable electronics
An international team of scientists is developing an inkable nanomaterial that they say could one day become a spray-on electronic component for ultra-thin, lightweight and bendable displays and devices.
Smart nanotechnology for more accurate delivery of insulin
Glucose-responsive insulin that eliminates the need for people with type 1 diabetes to check their blood sugar levels could be a step closer thanks to research led by RMIT and Monash University.
Hardy health plant a hero ingredient to help manage obesity
Antioxidants in the roselle plant have anti-obesity properties that could help in food alternatives to current weight management medications, according to new research.
RMIT expands into India
Australia’s first dual degree program with India will commence this year, in an exciting new higher education venture.
Space Teams Academy – the closest thing to Virtual Astronaut Training
RMIT University’s Space Industry Hub and One Giant Leap Australia Foundation are offering high school students the opportunity to participate in a virtual space program, the brainchild of a former astronaut.
RMIT talent on show at national teaching awards
Educators from across RMIT’s STEM, business and justice disciplines have taken home six accolades at this year's Australian Awards for University Teaching, the most of any university.