Game changer: New software for stroke rehab
A new touch-screen therapy tool could accelerate the recovery of patients who have suffered a stroke and change the way rehabilitation is delivered in hospitals and homes.
Give the gift of tech support this Christmas when buying devices for older people
A new survey reveals older Australians are most likely to seek tech advice from their adult children, but it’s not always service with a smile.
RMIT and Amazon Web Services set to build Aussie skills for cyber resilience
RMIT University today announced the launch of its Cyber Ready Cloud Innovation Centre (CIC), powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Adding copper strengthens 3D-printed titanium, study finds
Successful trials of titanium-copper alloys for 3D printing could kickstart a new range of high-performance alloys for medical device and aerospace applications.
Eternal flame burns on after RMIT steps in with repairs
A quick response by manufacturing experts has kept the Eternal Flame at Melbourne’s Shrine of Remembrance from going out.
Blockchain to ease financial risk in creative industries
A new blockchain infrastructure designed for Australia’s creative industries could help overcome problems from missed royalty payments to art fraud and administrative overheads, says a new report.
Screening tech advances early detection of Parkinson’s disease
Screening technology to catch Parkinson’s disease in its earliest stages could be available within three years, following an agreement between RMIT University and start-up company Jesse Medical.
Augmented reality app brings online learning to life
A new augmented reality learning app from the Centre for Digital Enterprise will help bridge the gap between online and practical learning for engineering students.