Technology

Tech breakthrough to allow 100-times-faster internet

Groundbreaking new technology allows super-fast internet by harnessing twisted light beams to carry more data and process it faster.

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Tech breakthrough to allow 100-times-faster internet

Groundbreaking new technology allows super-fast internet by harnessing twisted light beams to carry more data and process it faster.

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Engineering high impact AI solutions

A leading RMIT researcher has been recognised for bringing high impact engineering solutions to the field of Artificial Intelligence.

World’s best drones do battle in Melbourne

The latest in drone technology from around the world has battled it out at RMIT University.

Model city: new software predicts infrastructure lifecycle

Software developed by RMIT researchers is being used to help plan for the lifecycle and maintenance costs of assets including buildings, bridges and stormwater drainage.

RMIT researcher named as MIT top ten young innovator

Early career researcher Wenyue Zou has been named among 10 top innovators under 35 by MIT Technology Review for her work developing wearable UV sensors.

Solution for next generation nanochips comes out of thin air

The secret ingredient for the next generation of more powerful electronics could be air, according to new research.

New research into eSports

A unique insight into the eSports industry has found an increased interconnection and professionalism taking place in this rapidly growing sector.

Minister at RMIT to discuss the future of blockchain

Opportunities exist for Australian businesses and government to be more involved in the future of blockchain technology.

Blockchain trading software has future in gold mining

A new software platform designed by RMIT students allows miners to trade on the future value of their unprocessed materials.

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