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RMIT Vietnam to explore regional resource management needs

News - 09 April, 2018

A research team from RMIT Vietnam is studying the training gap in Water and Natural Resources Management (WNRM) in Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand through a research package containing a surveying process and two-day workshop.

Securing information in the Cyber Age

Media release - 06 April, 2018

At the cyber security symposia Cyber Security: Who is master? hosted this week by RMIT Vietnam, international experts grappled with some of the most pressing cyber security issues in the world today, and examined how those threats can be overcome in...

Researchers study mobile health potential in Vietnam

News - 03 April, 2018

A new book depicts the potential benefits of mobile health in Asia, as well as the challenges facing its deployment in countries like Vietnam.

Managing personal technologies in the workplace

News - 02 April, 2018

In the digital age it’s not uncommon for employees to bring their own personal electronic devices into the workplace. This practice, however, must be managed to ensure security of the organisation.

From silly to serious: app growth poses skills test for developers

News - 20 March, 2018

They may have started out as time-wasting phone fun, but mobile apps are now an intrinsic part of daily life and of increasing importance to Australia and Vietnam’s economy.

Clever coating opens door to smart windows

News - 15 March, 2018

Researchers from RMIT University have developed a new ultra-thin coating that responds to heat and cold, opening the door to “smart windows”.

RMIT Vietnam lecturers examine feminist artworks by Vietnamese artists

News - 12 March, 2018

A group of RMIT Vietnam researchers are looking into the gender-based concerns of female Vietnamese artists in an effort to include voices from Vietnam in the global feminism discourse.

Are consumers willing to go for eco-packaging?

News - 02 March, 2018

The negative environmental impact of packaging – and especially plastic packaging – is a major environmental concern in Vietnam, says RMIT Vietnam Lecturer Nguyen Anh Thu.

Q&A: Vietnam’s economic outlook in 2018

News - 25 January, 2018

The new year has started with much optimism as Vietnam’s economy is forecasted to grow at a very respectable 6.5 per cent in 2018.

Fashion lecturer studies Vietnam’s ethnic dresses

News - 25 January, 2018

Victoria Eskdale, Associate Lecturer in RMIT Vietnam’s School of Communication & Design, journeyed to the mountains of northern Vietnam to learn about the traditional fashion of ethnic minority groups.

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