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RMIT has been named a partner in a new €3.8 million European research project named BOLSTER – Bridging Organisations and Marginalised Communities for Local Sustainability Transitions in Europe.
RMIT and Eurecat, the Technology Centre of Catalonia, have announced the establishment of a Metal Digital Manufacturing Joint Research Unit (JRU) to drive industrial innovation for companies in the aerospace, automotive and health sectors in Europe and Australia.
The two-day event provided ample food for thought for city administrators, researchers and citizens exploring urban food practices as a pathway to more liveable and resilient cities.
RMIT Europe Research Fellow Nevelina Pachova explains her role in the Edible Cities Network (EdiCitNet) Horizon Europe project, and how urban edible solutions can contribute to socially resilient and sustainably productive cities.