New partnership to boost research and industry exchange in Europe
RMIT University is partnering with Catalonia’s leading research centre to support technology transfer and innovation for industry in Europe.
Artificial super stool to bring hope for people with chronic gut disease
The urgent need for human stool donations to treat chronic gut infections could soon be eased with innovative research to develop artificial super stool.
Moving towards a circular economy for more sustainable housing
RMIT urban researchers will lead a pioneering project examining how Australia’s housing sector can transition to a circular economy for more sustainable homes.
What to expect at US President Biden’s climate summit for world leaders
This Earth Day, US President Joe Biden will host 40 world leaders, including Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, at a climate summit. What’s likely to happen at the virtual event and what will it mean for Australia?
Australian airports could generate enough solar energy to power a regional city: study
New research shows placing solar panels on the roofs of Australian airport buildings could be an efficient step towards net zero emissions.
Rethinking cities with ageing in mind
From urban wellbeing and public health to urban planning and housing, RMIT researchers are helping to build age-friendly cities across Europe and Australia.
Superbug killer: New nanotech destroys bacteria and fungal cells
Researchers have developed a new superbug-destroying coating that could be used on wound dressings and implants to prevent and treat potentially deadly bacterial and fungal infections.
Using your favourite song as an alarm can help you wake up more alert: research
New research shows waking up to your favourite song can help overcome snooze blues.
Drug checking and an early warning network in Victoria could save lives
Dr Monica Barratt says rapid drug market monitoring could help prevent drug deaths.
Future-proofing mass transit infrastructure
From capacity limitations due to social distancing through to changes in mobility patterns because of people working from home, COVID-19 has made us rethink how we manage our mass transit infrastructure systems.
Embracing digital evolution: Management and innovation approaches to tackle challenges of contemporary industry
PhD researchers on a new project funded by the European Union will examine the multi-disciplinary aspects of digital transformation to generate new knowledge, tools, methods and roadmaps to guide businesses in their digital evolution.
Nature as medicine: can a dose of the outdoors cure loneliness?
Can a dose of nature a day keep the doctor away? A new RMIT project is exploring the benefits of prescribing nature in Australia, Europe and Latin America to reduce loneliness and improve mental health.