Decarbonisation tech instantly converts CO2 to solid carbon
Researchers have developed a smart and super-efficient new way of capturing carbon dioxide and converting it to solid carbon, to help advance the decarbonisation of heavy industries.
Design leadership for the future of work: report
A new report on the future of work explores the crucial role of designers in achieving more equitable and sustainable ways of working.
Fossil discovery offers new insights into global evolution of land plants
A 400-million-year-old fossil discovered in Victoria and described by RMIT researchers sheds new light on the early evolution of land plants.
New RMIT Vice-Chancellor's Innovation Professor, Dr Marta Fernandez
RMIT has announced the appointment of its newest Vice-Chancellor’s Innovation Professor, Dr Marta Fernandez.
New copper surface eliminates bacteria in just two minutes
A new surface that kills bacteria more than 100 times faster and more effectively than standard copper could help combat the growing threat of antibiotic-resistant superbugs.
Food and housing crisis for Melbourne’s native bees
RMIT researchers have called on Melburnians to plant the right plants and create the right homes for native pollinators, for better tomato crops, more flowers and improved urban biodiversity.
Aussies got drunk the most during 2020: survey
The Global Drug Survey 2021, released Thursday, also reveals changing drug and alcohol habits during the pandemic.
New parklet brings play to Melbourne city street
A team of design researchers have created a public parklet with a twist, bringing playfulness to Melbourne’s city centre.
Born too soon: Tackling the challenges and risks of preterm birth
To mark World Prematurity Day, experts at RMIT University share how their research is helping to improve the lives of babies born too soon and their families.
The research translation journey: Turning theory into real-world impact
A new book published in the framework of OpenInnoTrain – a European Union-funded project – reflects upon the project’s activities and findings to provide practical guidance to convert research outcomes into outputs which benefit society.
Building railway infrastructure resilience through reliable data collection
Railway infrastructure benefits from long-term asset management, including risk and resilience strategic planning, to prepare for the potential challenges posed by future physical and/or cyber-attacks.
AI-powered glaucoma screening test delivers rapid results
A new rapid screening test for glaucoma could help advance early detection of the disease, a leading cause of irreversible blindness.