Barcelona a step ahead in liveability: study
Barcelona has been found to be a world leader in promoting healthy and sustainable lifestyles according to a new global study.
Showcasing Indigenous creative talent in Barcelona
A design by an RMIT alumnus is to be exhibited at the home of RMIT Europe, bringing Indigenous art and perspectives to Barcelona’s innovation district.
Decolonising higher education: First Nations student perspectives in Australia
First Nations students at RMIT shared their perspectives on how universities can promote inclusion and Indigenous perspectives at the recent UNESCO World Higher Education Conference in Barcelona, Spain.
Students in Vietnam and Spain tackle mass tourism in Spain’s Ebro Delta Natural Park
Students from RMIT Vietnam and the Barcelona School of Tourism, Hospitality and Gastronomy at the University of Barcelona (CETT) have worked with local and regional authorities to tackle mass tourism in Spain’s biggest aquatic habitat.
New European project to empower citizens to become savvy with digital health tools
The €2.7 million research project will create a digital health literacy strategy and transform how everyday citizens manage their healthcare.
New European research project to improve understanding of marginalised communities in the climate transition
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.
New Metal Digital Manufacturing Joint Research Unit connects Australia and 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.
EdiCitNet conference entices city dwellers and planners with Edible City Solutions
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.
How 'edible cities' can foster more resilient, sustainable and inclusive communities
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.
Meet the doctoral talent in Barcelona exploring the workplace digital revolution
A group of early-stage researchers at RMIT Europe is investigating the impacts of digitalisation in the workplace, including the implications it may have on business innovation and employee training and upskilling.
RMIT and BAU announce new partnership for future skills in design
A new partnership with BAU, College of Arts and Design in Barcelona, will see RMIT University take its disruptive online education model to the creative heart of Catalonia’s capital city.
Global Power Generation and RMIT collaborate to support Western Plains entrepreneurs in Victoria
RMIT University is collaborating with Global Power Generation (GPG) to support entrepreneurs near the company’s Berrybank 1 Wind Farm project in south-west Victoria.
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.
RMIT University selected as an official partner of the New European Bauhaus
RMIT has been named a partner of the New European Bauhaus (NEB) – a creative and interdisciplinary initiative of the European Commission aimed at designing new ways of living to build a sustainable, inclusive and beautiful future for all.
New courses on making cities healthier, more attractive and sustainable
A suite of new free online courses is set to equip urban professionals with the skills needed to tackle the unprecedented challenges facing cities across the world for the healthy liveable cities we need.
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.
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.
Global studio looks to the role of design in planetary health
The need for designers to act, propose, challenge and share in response to the global ecological crisis was at the heart of a recent global design studio, Ideas for humanity: A cookbook for planetary health, bringing together students and staff in Australia, the UK and Spain.
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.