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RMIT researcher explores unique alleys in HCMC’s District 4

News - 10 April, 2019

RMIT Vietnam lecturer Andrew Stiff is exploring the dense, vibrant hems (alleys) of Ho Chi Minh City’s District 4, a traditionally isolated area that many local residents know little about.

From espionage to retail: the evolution of RFID

News - 19 March, 2019

What do World War II fighter planes have in common with Disneyland, penguins and Walmart?

A sustainable future is in our hands

News - 15 March, 2019

From climate science to agricultural upcycling, and food packaging to urban farming, meet four researchers from around the world working towards a sustainable future.

Hanoi’s heritage hand-painted typography honoured in RMIT exhibition

News - 07 March, 2019

In a city currently experiencing “massive rapid developments”, one man and his team made it their mission to capture and preserve a dying art in Hanoi.

Saving sight: using AI to diagnose diabetic eye disease

News - 25 February, 2019

Researchers have used artificial intelligence (AI) to support the instant diagnosis of one of the top causes of blindness – diabetes-related eye disease – in its earliest stages.

Recycling biosolids to make sustainable bricks

News - 14 February, 2019

How can you recycle the world’s stockpiles of treated sewage sludge and boost sustainability in the construction industry, all at the same time? Turn those biosolids into bricks.

Stakeholders discuss internationalisation of Vietnamese businesses

Media release - 19 December, 2018

Following on from the success of the RMIT Vietnam International Business Forum in November 2017, the RMIT School of Business & Management recently hosted a repeat event, Internationalisation of Vietnamese firms: What does it take?.

International conference advances travel and tourism

Media release - 13 December, 2018

More than 50 research papers about advancing travel and tourism through cooperation and collaboration in the Global South were presented during a 3-day conference at RMIT Vietnam’s Saigon South campus.

Sun exposure gets personal with wearable UV sensors

News - 01 November, 2018

Managing vitamin absorption and avoiding sun damage could soon be as simple as slipping on a bracelet, thanks to new personalised sensors.

Sans Forgetica: new typeface designed to help students study

News - 09 October, 2018

Sans Forgetica, a new font developed by RMIT researchers and academics from different disciplines, could help people remember more of what they read.

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