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The search for diversity in tech

Johanne Trippas learnt about more than just computer science during her PhD: she also came to appreciate how technology impacts lives and why women need to be a part of it.

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The search for diversity in tech

Johanne Trippas learnt about more than just computer science during her PhD: she also came to appreciate how technology impacts lives and why women need to be a part of it.

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Rising through world academic rankings

RMIT has continued to rise as a global leader, climbing 16 places in the 2019 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU).

On firm ground: Smarter building for stronger homes

New software to assess building sites could save homebuilders thousands by avoiding structural damage caused by soil moisture changes.

Appetite for success

A chance meeting at the coffee machine of a co-working space has seen two RMIT alumni join forces to create a multi-million-dollar app development company employing 80 people.

Libra is just the beginning

Facebook’s cryptocurrency Libra, which is expected to be rolled out in early 2020, is just the beginning of corporation-led global economic infrastructures according to leading blockchain researchers.

Hacking away at global education problems

After the huge success of last year’s event, the ITS Hack-a-thon is back and bigger than ever.

Scientists use phone movement to predict personality types

It turns out the pattern of how your mobile phone moves around says a lot about your personality.

Shooting for the moon with science and tech

When John F Kennedy announced we were sending man to the moon, he kicked off an age of innovation that underpins science and technology today – and the Moonshot podcast is exploring the sector’s biggest ideas.

Electronic chip mimics the brain to make memories in a flash

Engineers have mimicked the human brain with an electronic chip that uses light to create and modify memories.

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