Smart technology solutions

New book details A to Z of assistive technology
A new book by experts in biomedical engineering will provide valuable information to people with reduced abilities.

RMIT research helps clean up space
RMIT University has signed on to a major new research initiative to help clean up our increasingly cluttered space environment.

Research advances pressure garments for speedy recovery
RMIT researchers are designing unique pressure garments to help heal burn patients - with a little assistance from an almost-human friend.

Research centre boosts automation software industry ties
RMIT has launched a new automation software engineering research centre, connecting the University with industry partner ABB.

Liquid metal pump a breakthrough for micro-fluidics
Researchers have developed the world's first liquid metal enabled pump, a revolutionary new micro-scale device with no mechanical parts.

Researchers to study physics of life with light
RMIT University is a core collaborator in the Australian Research Council's new $38 million Centre of Excellence for Nanoscale BioPhotonics.

New technique aims to prevent power disasters
A research graduate has developed a way to monitor electrical discharges on power lines, to prevent potentially catastrophic power outages.

Proton flow battery advances hydrogen power
Researchers have developed a concept hydrogen battery based simply on storing protons produced by splitting water.

Top computer science honour for RMIT data management academic
A data expert from RMIT University is the only academic in Australia awarded one of the world's top honours in computer science.

RMIT hosts top information systems conference
Academics and industry representatives from around the world have taken part in a major conference on information systems.

Research focus areas

Smart technology solutions is one of RMIT's five research focus areas. Other focus areas are:

Research publications

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