RMIT rises in global rankings
RMIT has ranked 206th in the latest QS World University Rankings, consolidating its reputation as a global leader in education and research.
Flying the flag for diversity
RMIT alumnus Björn Jahncke works as a project and change management consultant at Lufthansa Systems in Germany where he also volunteers as team lead for partnerships for Diversifly – Lufthansa Group’s LGBTIQA+ network.
NASA is returning to Venus, where surface temperatures are 470°C. Will it find life when it gets there?
Venus wouldn't attract much attention if it were outside our solar system. Its skies are filled with sulphuric acid, its land abounds with extinct volcanoes and its surface is mostly red hot lava.
First Nations help bring native foods safely to market
As Australia’s native food industry develops, an RMIT researcher is working with local communities and government to help make it an Indigenous-led industry.
Seven ways to bring nature into new urban spaces
With many local governments keen to include nature in new developments, RMIT ecologists working on Australia’s biggest urban renewal project share what they’ve learned about delivering true biodiversity.
How long do COVID vaccines take to start working?
The infection of a Victorian aged-worker who had received their first COVID vaccine dose isn't completely surprising. We need two doses for optimal protection.
“That’s how you bring change to the world, it starts with yourself”
To mark National Reconciliation Week, we speak with a Boon Wurrung elder who shares her thoughts on change, working with inspirational younger generations and her hopes for the future.
New Siemens Digital Energy TestLab launched at RMIT
RMIT and Siemens have announced a new Digital Energy TestLab that’ll allow students and researchers to simulate intelligent electrical systems for smart cities in a Victorian first.