From recycling to upcycling: A smarter way of dealing with plastic
Researchers have developed a clean and cost-effective way to upcycle used plastic, transforming it into valuable nanomaterials and high-quality fuel.
New AI centre to partner with Australian business
A new centre will empower Australian industry to embrace the rapid advances in Artificial Intelligence research and innovation.
Boeing and RMIT partner to build space manufacturing capability
Australian space manufacturing will take a giant leap thanks to Boeing’s expertise in space product development and RMIT’s world-leading research in advanced manufacturing.
People who seek fact-checked information still share misinformation: study
More than 30% of people who actively seek fact-checked information have shared misinformation themselves, a new study suggests.
Next gen 3D printed catalysts to propel hypersonic flight
Ultra-efficient 3D printed catalysts could help solve the challenge of overheating in hypersonic aircraft and offer a revolutionary solution to thermal management across countless industries.
Triple load in lockdowns takes toll on women and gender equality
Women with young children face long-term consequences from COVID-19 lockdowns, including a disproportionate impact on work and career opportunities, new research reveals.
Global ranking reputation remains strong for RMIT
RMIT has risen 18 places in the 2022 Times Higher Education World University Rankings released today.
Future U exhibition examines humans’ place in world of advanced tech
The meaning of being human in the 21st century and beyond is explored in RMIT Gallery’s latest exhibition, Future U until 23 October.
New discovery pinpoints the ‘golden window’ for IVF success
Researchers have found a way to better pinpoint the “golden window” when a womb is ready for pregnancy, in a discovery that could help boost IVF success rates.
Clean energy tech extracts twice the power from ocean waves
Researchers have developed prototype technology that can double the power harvested from ocean waves, in an advance that could finally make wave energy a viable renewable alternative.
New report reveals Australian companies’ mixed messaging on carbon neutrality
A new report has revealed a rising trend in reporting on the Sustainable Development Goals by Australia’s top 150 companies, but their disclosure on climate action and carbon neutrality intentions lack clarity.
Research finds why some stay longer in social housing than others
Social housing provides safe, secure, long-term accommodation for some of the most disadvantaged in the community. But some people are more likely to stay housed longer than others.