Digital transformation for SMEs: report
A new report on the digital transformation of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) explores the opportunities, challenges and benefits that digitalisation presents.
Going for gold: why the Tokyo timezone could benefit Australian athletes in their medal hunt
With the Tokyo Olympics beginning tonight, RMIT experts reveal why jetleg is a little-known factor in athlete performance and how the major sporting event could be the biggest signal for a post COVID-19 world.
Mini radar could scan the Moon for water and habitable tunnels
A miniature device that scans deep below ground is being developed to identify ice deposits and hollow lava tubes on the Moon for possible human settlement.
Accessing stable housing after rehab increasingly difficult: research
Too many people in residential treatment for mental health and substance misuse issues face housing insecurity when they leave, new research has revealed.
Biosolids resource management centre launches at RMIT
Training the next generation of biosolids researchers is a key focus of a new centre to transform the management of Australia’s biosolids resource, launched this week at RMIT University.
Australian-first tech: next step in waste transformation innovation
The next iteration of waste transformation innovation is underway with the water industry transforming biosolids headed for landfill into reusable products for farmers, thanks to RMIT-developed technology.
Instant COVID sensor to prevent outbreaks and protect communities
An instant COVID-19 sensor made in Australia could help transform day-to-day management of the pandemic, protecting frontline workers and the wider community.
New AI tech for early detection of prostate cancer
Researchers have developed a diagnostic tool that can spot prostate cancer before patients have any symptoms, using artificial intelligence to analyse CT scans in just seconds.
“Where Indigenous ways of knowing, building and architecture meet”
Meet proud Gamilaraay man and RMIT researcher, Beau de Belle as we celebrate NAIDOC Week.
Forget cash! Credit is key to the survival of Melbourne's busking scene
Electronic and digital payments are the key for buskers and street performers to survive in a post-COVID world, new RMIT research reveals.
Thermal imaging offers early alert for chronic wound care
New research shows thermal imaging techniques can predict whether a wound needs extra management, offering an early alert system to improve chronic wound care.
RMIT architecture expertise helping to shape urban recovery of London’s Royal Docks
For RMIT’s Tom Holbrook, London’s Royal Docks are a testbed for an ecological urbanism that accelerates an equitable recovery from COVID-19 and addresses the climate emergency.