RMIT students win major accolades for healthcare design innovation
A team of three RMIT students have been named the 2022 national winners of the James Dyson Award and received an Australian Good Design Award.
Scientists supercharge search for key ingredient of next-gen lithium batteries
Scientists in Melbourne have used supercomputers to speed up the search for a key ingredient in the next generation of lithium-metal batteries, which could potentially increase storage capacity by 10-fold compared with today’s technology.
Mysterious diamonds came from outer space, scientists say
Strange diamonds from an ancient dwarf planet in our solar system may have formed shortly after the dwarf planet collided with a large asteroid about 4.5 billion years ago, according to scientists.
University-Industry collaborations critical to fill digital transformation skills shortages
In the wake of the federal government’s Jobs and Skills Summit last week, leaders from the School of Computing Technologies explain how we can help tackle the urgent demand for digital professionals to fill growing tech workforce shortages in Australia, including in digital transformation.
Litter released into waterways teaches communities a lesson
Bottles fitted with GPS tracking devices are being released into the Barwon River to demonstrate how and where litter travels once it enters Victoria’s precious waterways.
Indigenous researcher paves road to success with PPE innovation
Shannon Kilmartin-Lynch, a proud Taungurung man from Mansfield in Victoria, is a driving force behind an innovation to use disposable personal protective equipment (PPE) to make concrete stronger.
New report aims to strengthen Victoria’s connections with Southeast Asia
A new report out of the RMIT Asia Trade and Innovation Hub has made 19 recommendations designed to strengthen Victoria’s connections with the countries of Southeast Asia.
How Melburnians work, learn and thrive in a post-lockdown city is revealed in new report
A first-of-its-kind, city-wide survey of Melbourne residents shows just how dramatically our working practices have changed since the beginning of the pandemic and highlights the digital infrastructure we need to support a vastly changed working, learning and thriving city, a new RMIT report reveals.