Research and innovation at RMIT
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Smart technology solutions
RMIT researchers are working on developing cheap, portable water purifiers using nanocomposite clays so clean drinking water can become a reality in communities where it is needed most.
Improving health and lifestyle
A leading US research and lobby group has invested $500,000 in multiple sclerosis research at RMIT University's Health Innovation Research Institute.
Sustainability and climate change challenges
RMIT researchers are working out how to make a more sustainable concrete, using a lower impact compound called fly ash.
The future of cities
RMIT's Professor Michael Buxton is researching peri-urban (peripheral non-urban) areas which include many of these threatened species and ecosystems.
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