Aussie teens are not actually selfie-obsessed
A new study zooming in on how smartphones influence our photography habits found Australians aged 20 to 40 years old take more selfies than teenagers and older Australians.
Aussie tech breakthrough to protect critical infrastructure from cyber attacks
A cutting-edge collaboration between tech startup Tide Foundation and RMIT University is translating ground-breaking research into homegrown cybersecurity capability.
Machine learning fast-forwards solar cell design
Researchers in Australia have harnessed AI to produce solar cells from the mineral perovskite in just a matter of weeks, bypassing years of human labour and human error to optimise the cells.
RMIT launches new Trades Innovation Centre
Located at RMIT’s Bundoora East campus, the new Trades Innovation Centre will be a technology-backed facility that supports a training pipeline for northern corridor population growth and infrastructure investment.
Wearable heart monitor ticks all the boxes for better healthcare: study
A new compact, lightweight, gel-free and waterproof electrocardiogram (ECG) sensor offers more comfort and less skin irritation, compared to similar heart monitoring devices on the market.
Wearable device makes memories and powers up with the flex of a finger
Researchers have invented an experimental wearable device that generates power from a user’s bending finger and can create and store memories, in a promising step towards health monitoring and other technologies.
Creating our next generation of digital guards
RMIT has launched two new cyber security degrees in response to one of the biggest issues confronting organisations in the digital age.
Designer solar: new tool unlocks smart solar design
Designing buildings with solar cleverly incorporated into the design has just become easier, thanks to software developed at RMIT University.