Challenges and opportunities: the future of energy, waste and materials
With the rapid onset of urbanisation, we need to harness ethical and sustainable innovations in energy, materials and waste management to foster healthy, inclusive cities and communities.
Bacteria shredding tech to fight drug-resistant superbugs
Researchers have used liquid metals to develop new bacteria-destroying technology that could be the answer to the deadly problem of antibiotic resistance.
‘I had no choice but to quit study and save my life’: A Syrian refugee’s road to graduation
Seven years after she was first accepted into dental school in Syria, Sidori Younan finally graduated at Melbourne’s Marvel Stadium in December, where she joined graduands from across RMIT’s vibrant global network.
RMIT early career researchers win $3.3 million
The Australian Research Council has awarded eight RMIT early career researchers a combined $3.3 million in funding in the first round of the 2020 Discovery Early Career Researcher Award scheme.
Co-creation puts citizens at the centre of nanotechnology research
Co-creation workshops and online consultations with citizens and stakeholder groups in Europe are putting people at the heart of nanotechnology research, according to RMIT researcher Craig Richmond.
Research to transform biosolid resource management
A new research centre is set to transform Australia’s biosolid use as a valuable resource, providing new practices, technologies and products for improved land management and training.
Creating exceptional student experiences to get top spot
RMIT has ranked as the number one Victorian University for student engagement in the 2020 Good Universities Guide.
Human trials begin for first generation gas sensing capsule
Clinical trials of an electronic capsule that measures gases in the gut, first developed at RMIT, have begun in Melbourne.