RMIT research examines the way culture and politics impact housing design regulations
RMIT PhD candidate Alexandra Gower has recently been in London and Barcelona to study the impact of culture and politics on regulations for high-density housing design.
RMIT connects with Industry 4.0 leaders in Germany
RMIT has strengthened its global connections across Industry 4.0 by collaborating with nine of the largest technical universities in Germany.
New partnership in health innovation connects Australia and Spain
Innovative therapy to assist with brain injury rehabilitation is extending to Spain as part of a new agreement between RMIT and one of the country’s largest teaching hospitals.
How flowers use colour to signal their scent
Some flowers use colour to tell bees about their fragrance and aid the pollination process, according to new international research.
RMIT awarded funding for nanotechnology research in Europe
RMIT is part of a multi-institution consortium awarded a prestigious European Union Horizon 2020 (H2020) research and innovation grant worth €2M and focused on nanotechnology development.
European forum examines the future of drones in design and construction
Drones and the digital transformation of the built environment were in focus at a recent forum for industry and researchers at RMIT's European hub in Barcelona.
RMIT leads the conversation on climate change and the future of cities
RMIT is teaming up with industry in Europe to plan for the impacts of climate change on cities, such as droughts and flooding, and to take stock of what city leaders around the world are doing.
Spotlight on RMIT's practice-based research program in Europe
RMIT's practice-based PhD research program, which focuses on research in the medium of design practice itself, is in its tenth year of success in Europe.
Illuminating intersection of nanotechnology and art
What happens when you bring together science, art and a medieval wonder? For Dr Irene Barberis, it’s the culmination of almost 20 years of imagining.
RMIT Vietnam awarded European Union research funds
RMIT Vietnam has been named a partner in a €13.4 million research project as part of the EU Horizon 2020 (H2020) research and innovation funding scheme.
The role of built environment professionals before and after disaster: report
RMIT has tackled issues impacting the built environment profession at a symposium on disaster risk reduction, climate change adaptation, conflict risk management, recovery and reconstruction.
Book launch highlights strategic design
A new book exploring the importance of strategic design has been launched at RMIT.
European funding to support new food innovation program
An EU-based consortium, of which RMIT University is a strategic partner, has been awarded funding from Erasmus+, a European framework program for education, training, youth and sport.
Innovative tools for brain injury on show at Barcelona Design Week
RMIT was in the spotlight at this year's Barcelona Design Week with its showcase of innovative and creative tools to help people with acquired brain injury.
RMIT hosts the first Ethical Cities Event Series in Barcelona
RMIT is setting the agenda on what it means to live in environmentally, socially and culturally sustainable cities through a series of workshops, symposiums, talks and forums in Barcelona
Over five million people in Spain have poorly heated homes in winter
Around 11 per cent of households in Spain, which is over five million people, are unable to heat their homes properly during the country’s coldest months.
Spotlight on active ageing and design
How can public space be designed to optimise participation and foster a sense of security for older adults? How can attitudes be changed, autonomy increased, and well-being promoted through design?
RMIT partners with leading Italian university
A new research partnership agreement will enable doctoral candidates to receive a dual-awarded PhD in Engineering from RMIT and one of Europe's leading universities, the Politecnico di Torino.
Leading RMIT researcher examines urban neglect in Italy
An RMIT researcher passionate about the politics of urban land, property rights and dispossession has spent three months in Italy to study one of the country’s most neglected neighbourhoods.
Spotlight on citizen action and energy vulnerability in Barcelona
The recession that transformed into a total global financial and economic crisis in September 2008 continues to have far-reaching consequences on the welfare and livelihoods of millions of Europeans.
European symposium explores design practice research
A recent showcase of practice-based research has brought together over 120 of Europe’s leading practitioners in architecture, urban design, landscape architecture, design and creative art practices.
RMIT climbs global rankings
RMIT has risen to 21st in the world among universities under 50 years old.
RMIT Europe wins EU Horizon 2020 research funds
RMIT Europe has been named a partner in a €2.5 million research project as part of the EU Horizon 2020 (H2020) research and innovation funding scheme.
Game on for sports technology research
RMIT University researchers are putting the “smarts” into sports with leading-edge technologies designed to prevent sporting injuries.
Europe research director to build on innovation
RMIT Europe has appointed media anthropologist Professor Jo Tacchi as its first Director of Research and Innovation, and Deputy to the President.
Symposium explores global culture in Asian cities
A discussion of artistic expressions of global culture in Asian cities has brought together a diverse group of international researchers at RMIT Europe.
Urban Health Working Seminar
Key urban health initiatives are in the spotlight at this upcoming seminar in Barcelona on 5 October 2017.Register to attend Urban Health Working Seminar