New European project to empower citizens to become savvy with digital health tools
The €2.7 million research project will create a digital health literacy strategy and transform how everyday citizens manage their healthcare.
From algae to 4D printing: four food tech trends to watch
How are health, sustainability and shapeshifting donuts moulding the future of what we eat? An RMIT expert explains.
Eating plastic makes for smaller mussels
Microplastics are stunting the growth of mussels in Victoria’s Port Phillip Bay, according to a study by RMIT marine ecologists.
Looking up: RMIT launches Space Industry Hub
Industry experts have gathered to officially launch the RMIT Space Industry Hub and celebrate an exciting chapter of industry collaboration on applied space research.
Bacteria-shredding insect wings inspire new antibacterial packaging
Inspired by the bacteria-killing wings of insects like cicadas, scientists have developed a natural antibacterial texture for use on food packaging to improve shelf life and reduce waste.
Is there such a thing as the perfect alarm tone? We think so...
With the return to office work – and no longer being able to roll out of bed and straight into a Zoom meeting – many of us will be waking up earlier to beat the morning rush. So it’s important to ensure we’re on top of our alarm game.
Humanitarian engineering lecturer wins national teaching excellence award
RMIT’s Dr Nick Brown was announced as a 2021 winner for teaching excellence at the Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT) this week.
RMIT co-launches Australia’s first-ever Australia Vietnam Policy Institute
RMIT, Asia Society Australia, Asialink and the Australia-Vietnam Leadership Dialogue have combined their Vietnam experience and expertise to establish the inaugural Australia Vietnam Policy Institute (AVPI).