Making stronger concrete with ‘sewage-enhanced’ steel slag
Researchers have shown how a by-product of steel making can be used to both treat wastewater and make stronger concrete, in a zero-waste approach to help advance the circular economy.
Tech giants open doors to Hack-a-thon winners
A creative solution to facilitating remote and rural learning saw five students win the tech trip of a lifetime to the mecca of start-ups and innovation, San Francisco.
Working at home to avoid coronavirus? This tech lets you (almost) replicate the office
Working from home is already so common it has its own acronym, and it’s about to get even more common still. Digital expert Geoffory Mann explains
Telcos are picking up where the NBN is failing. Here’s what it means for you
More and more Australians are being forced to work from home in response to the coronavirus pandemic, leading to Telstra and Optus increasing data allowances for some users. NBN and telecommunications expert Mark Gregory explains what this means for you.
Professor Aleksandar Subic returns to RMIT
STEMM leader returns to RMIT as Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the College of Science, Engineering and Health, and Vice President for Digital Innovation.
Shaping whats next and beyond: a look at RMIT innovation at the Grand Prix
An interactive RMIT exhibit will again showcase the university’s world-class technology at the Versor Innovation & Tech Hub at the Formula 1® Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2020.
Female STEM students inspire Minister’s visit
A unique program to support women get training and skills to enter the demanding STEM industries will see students embark on Higher Education degrees this week, boosted by a Ministerial visit.
Soaring global careers: RMIT women in STEMM
Meet three RMIT women taking STEMM to new heights in Spain – an RMIT student who recently completed an internship in additive manufacturing and 3D printing, an RMIT alumnus in the automotive industry and an RMIT staff member driving innovation in the built environment.