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Boost for biotechnology industry in Vietnam

News - 24 April, 2015

A partnership between RMIT and the Biotechnology Center of Ho Chi Minh City is set to contribute to the development of the biotechnology industry in Vietnam.

Measuring the feasibility of an imported law

News - 16 April, 2015

When one country ‘imports’ a law from another country, how can its feasibility be measured in the context of the receiving country?

Research contributes to international road safety

News - 06 March, 2015

An RMIT Australia researcher has produced a practical and innovative star-rating system for international road safety that has the potential to help to make roads safer in Vietnam.

An open book on Vietnam’s IT industry

News - 24 February, 2015

Information Technology (IT) students are getting an inside look into the country’s IT industry, thanks to the launch of a new book by RMIT Vietnam staff.

RMIT Vietnam researchers shine at global conference

News - 30 January, 2015

RMIT Vietnam was recently represented at the second International Conference on Economics, Finance and Management Outlooks in Malaysia.

RMIT research supports urban poor

News - 30 January, 2015

An RMIT researcher has developed a proposal to help Ho Chi Minh City’s low income community adapt to the impacts of environmental hazards.

A look back at 2014

News - 14 January, 2015

For RMIT Vietnam, it was a year of achievement and success with new leadership and a fresh focus on growth, quality and differentiation.

Make a difference - Outstanding Researcher Fellowship Schemes

News - 09 January, 2015

Are you an outstanding academic who wants to make a difference? Apply for a RMIT Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellowship now.

Universities join forces to research business cyber crime

News - 25 November, 2014

An RMIT Vietnam researcher will be part of a team from Australia, Vietnam and South Africa researching the cyber security problems faced by small and medium-sized businesses from 2015.

"Một, hai, ba, dzô!"

News - 24 November, 2014

Study finds peer pressure fuels drinking in Vietnam.