Are you REDI to change the world?
RMIT has launched an innovative new global PhD program from Europe set to prepare the next generation of researchers to tackle the needs of our fast-changing world.
From recycling to upcycling: A smarter way of dealing with plastic
Researchers have developed a clean and cost-effective way to upcycle used plastic, transforming it into valuable nanomaterials and high-quality fuel.
RMIT excels in graduate employability rankings
RMIT has strengthened its position amongst the top global universities, ranking 74th in the latest QS Graduate Employability Rankings.
Human Rights and Press Freedom – insights into WikiLeaks case
A prominent Australian human rights lawyer and barrister has repeated calls for the government to act against the persecution of WikiLeaks publisher, Julian Assange, at this year’s Higinbotham Lecture.
People who seek fact-checked information still share misinformation: study
More than 30% of people who actively seek fact-checked information have shared misinformation themselves, a new study suggests.
Chancellor Dr Ziggy Switkowski AO to step down
Dr Ziggy Switkowski has confirmed his intention to step down from the position of Chancellor of the University by the end of October to focus upon his recently announced new Board responsibilities.
Triple load in lockdowns takes toll on women and gender equality
Women with young children face long-term consequences from COVID-19 lockdowns, including a disproportionate impact on work and career opportunities, new research reveals.
Going back to go forward: AR app telling Fitzroy’s First Nations stories
Community and collaboration are at the heart of Yalinguth, a new First Nations augmented reality app that takes users around Ngár-go/Fitzroy, Melbourne guided by stories from members of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.