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Science at RMIT
From atoms to organisms… Discover a science degree with all the answers.
World's Thinnest Hologram
An Australian-Chinese team led by RMIT University has developed the world's thinnest hologram.
Discover your options: Postgraduate Science
Associate Professor Kay Latham from the School of Science explains how a postgraduate qualification in science prepares students for a lifetime of critical and creative thinking.
An interest in laboratory work and a desire for practical learning turned Dalia Al-Hido towards a Diploma of Laboratory Technology (Pathology Testing).
Meet Sylvia Urban: expert in natural products chemistry
A childhood fascination with the natural world led Dr Sylvia Urban on a journey to discover how the chemistry of life can benefit humanity.
China environmental challenges study tour
RMIT environmental engineering and science students gain a global perspective as part of an intensive two-week study tour through China.
Science at RMIT
Hear what inspired our students to study science at RMIT, the challenges and most enjoyable parts of their degrees, what their dream jobs are and why they love what they do.
Small wonders: The Microscopist reveals his top five shots
“The secrets of life’s minute details are revealed when seen through a microscope lens.”
Master of Biotechnology - Angela Pang
RMIT Master of Biotechnology graduate, Angela Peng talks about her journey to become a research assistant in the Cancer Development and Treatment Laboratory at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.
Bio-inspired energy storage: a new light for solar power
Inspired by an American fern, researchers have developed a groundbreaking prototype that could be the answer to the storage challenge still holding solar back as a total energy solution.