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As a global university of technology, design and enterprise, RMIT brings unique capabilities to research through a transdisciplinary approach.
Our academic expertise, strong links to research partners and consideration of technological and social dimensions enables us to find solutions to critical problems impacting communities and the environment.
RMIT is growing and strengthening its research capability to deliver significant economic, social and environmental impact.
RMIT’s status as a global university of technology, design and enterprise is underpinned and reflected in the research work conducted by our academics.
RMIT has a reputation for excellence in high quality research and deep industry links.
RMIT’s focus as a global university of technology, design and enterprise is supported by a range of research hubs such as the Advanced Manufacturing Precinct and the MicroNano Research Facility.
RMIT Gallery is the University's premier exhibition space.
RMIT awarded funding for nanotechnology research in Europe
RMIT is part of a multi-institution consortium awarded a prestigious European Union Horizon 2020 (H2020) research and innovation grant worth €2M and focused on nanotechnology development.
Beyond Fast Fashion: Imagining a future without fashion waste
Fashion is enticing, playful, consumable and therefore lucrative. As an industry it has a darker reputation that lurks behind the cheap clothes and sale signs luring in customers.
European forum examines the future of drones in design and construction
Drones and the digital transformation of the built environment were in focus at a recent forum for industry and researchers at RMIT's European hub in Barcelona.
Counting Violence | A Global Frictions seminar
Counting Violence: The implications of quantification for policy and practice on gendered violence.
Fast Fashion: The dark side of fashion
Taking a critical look behind the scenes of the fashion industry with an exhibition that undresses the social, economic and environmental impacts of cheap fashion.
Panel discussion: Politics, Ethics, Language & intercultural education in a post-secular world
What role can tertiary language and intercultural education play in helping counteract the potential negative effects of post-secularism and of cultural essentialism?