Eavesdropping on the conversation between cancer cells to identify how they spread for more effective treatment
A team of biomedical experts and technologists at the Integrated Photonics and Applications Centre is trying to find the clues behind why cancer cells spread to aid more personalised medicine.
On-board navigation reference systems to explore deeper space
By using the most precise measurement devices on Earth – that measure the movement of atoms – our team is miniaturising on-board reference systems for more precise navigation for autonomous vehicles and deep space exploration.
New supercomputing facility to create photonics solutions faster than ever
With the launch of a dedicated RMIT Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Supercomputing (RACE) Hub, RMIT researchers will be able to more easily process huge volumes of data in less time.
Creating a device for early detection of ovarian cancer
We're tackling the world’s most lethal gynaecological cancer, to diagnose the disease even before symptoms arise.
Keeping up with the world’s need for ever-faster internet
In collaboration with Lanzhou University in China, we created a commercially available chip capable of accurate and rapid data transfer to keep up with the world’s demand for faster internet bandwidth and speed.
Creating the world’s fastest internet on a single optical chip
COVID-19 placed immense pressure on the world’s data communications infrastructure as more people worked from home, demonstrating the need for faster internet speeds.
Detecting heart attacks before they happen with a tiny sensor
Heart attacks are the leading cause of death worldwide, with cardiovascular disease leading to more than 17.8 million deaths each year.
Creating autonomous drones to monitor the health of railway infrastructure
While accurate positioning is a critical function in industries such as transport, infrastructure and space, current technical solutions are still too expensive, large or energy hungry.