Audio files are being used as digital drugs: survey
New study sheds light on the little-known phenomenon of binaural beats, where sounds purportedly evoke psychoactive effects.
RMIT experts available to comment on topics relating to the Federal Budget
Experts from RMIT University are available to comment on a range of topics relating to this year’s Federal Budget, including cyber security, gender equality, transport, infrastructure, housing affordability, cost of living and mental health.
Free public transport is a bad idea: RMIT expert
An expert from RMIT University is available to talk to media about why making public transport free is not a well-considered idea.
Statement: National Student Safety Survey
The results of the latest National Student Safety Survey (NSSS) present a sector-wide opportunity to gather critical information that will help Australian universities reduce incidents of sexual harm and support those who experience it.
RMIT fast tracks carbon neutral target to 2025
RMIT is bringing its carbon neutral target forward by five years, after achieving the biggest on-site emissions reduction of any tertiary institution in Australia.
Expert comment: ASIC’s wake up call for ‘Finfluencers’
An expert from RMIT University is available to comment on ASIC’s release of information for social media influencers and licensees about discussing financial products and services online.
Bacteria-shredding insect wings inspire new antibacterial packaging
Inspired by the bacteria-killing wings of insects like cicadas, scientists have developed a natural antibacterial texture for use on food packaging to improve shelf life and reduce waste.
RMIT FactLab partners with Meta to address the spread of viral misinformation
RMIT FactLab has partnered with Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, to fight the spread of misinformation through independent third-party fact-checking.