RMIT is working with industry and other partners to pursue exciting research and innovation initiatives that are changing lives for the better.Watch the video
This little capsule will revolutionise the diagnosis of gut disorders - and it's set to hit the market by 2022.Read the story
Flexible sensors developed at RMIT will be integrated into new health monitoring technology to improve aged care.Read the story
New light for solar power
Could this bio-inspired prototype be the answer to the storage challenge holding solar back as an energy solution?Read the story
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At RMIT, we collaborate to find solutions to the problems of tomorrow. With a commitment to innovation and practical results, our research is focused on creating real and transformative impact for our global community.
The ability to predict house prices more accurately has become a reality, thanks to RMIT-developed software.
RMIT research demonstrates how lower-income and vulnerable Australians are improving their long term financial wellbeing through active savings and financial education programs.
The world’s first modular hearing aid has human-centred design at its heart, thanks to a deep collaboration between RMIT and industry.
Researchers have applied "biomimetic" technology to enable unmanned air vehicles (UAVs) to feel their way through turbulent wind.
A decade long research collaboration with the Australian Bureau of Statistics is helping to build policymakers a picture of homelessness in Australia.
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Affordability the key barrier to getting all Australians online
Findings from the fourth Australian Digital Inclusion Index show that while internet services continue to improve, lower-income households are being priced out.
Government backs RMIT researcher’s sustainable architecture vision
Professor Mike Xie has been awarded one of Australia’s most prestigious competitive grants to expand his research into sustainable, free-form architecture.
Circular economy plan neglects corporate buy-in at its peril
Sustainability experts say the Victorian government’s circular economy strategy will sink if not opened up to business and innovation sectors as an economic development plan, rather than a narrowly-defined waste management issue.