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            Design for the future: Melbourne Design Week

            As a Design Partner to the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), RMIT is proud to participate in one of Australia's most exciting creative events.

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            Wurrunggi Biik - Law of the Land

            A new 2.4 metre artwork signifying a long-lasting spiritual connection to Country has been unveiled at RMIT.

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            Design for the future: Melbourne Design Week

            As a Design Partner to the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), RMIT is proud to participate in one of Australia's most exciting creative events.

            Read the story

            Wurrunggi Biik - Law of the Land

            A new 2.4 metre artwork signifying a long-lasting spiritual connection to Country has been unveiled at RMIT.

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            Blockchain set to enable better land management systems

            Blockchain could provide greater legal security and contribute to the economic and social development of countries with limited land management systems according to RMIT property law experts.

            Google chooses RMIT to help shape the future

            Google rates RMIT as a leading technology university with three prestigious research awards, more than any other Australian university.

            An ‘Airbnb’ for energy could help homes share spare power

            Could the future of energy lie in the sharing economy? Research shows energy sharing platforms may be key to supporting our transition to new tech and cleaner power, while delivering for consumers.

            Scientists don’t really get the female brain – and it’s a problem for women’s health

            A major new review examines what we know (and don't know) about the unique aspects of the female brain, the lack of female-specific research, and why it’s a real issue for women's health.

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            Climate rewind: Scientists turn carbon dioxide back into coal

            Researchers have used liquid metals to turn carbon dioxide back into solid coal, in a world-first breakthrough that could transform our approach to carbon capture and storage.

            ATSB and RMIT partner in transport safety investigation

            The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) has announced a strategic partnership with RMIT that will see the University offer Transport Safety Investigator qualifications.

            Bees have brains for basic maths: study

            Researchers have found bees can do basic mathematics, in a discovery that expands our understanding of the relationship between brain size and brain power.

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            Turning carbon dioxide back into coal

            Researchers have used liquid metals to turn carbon dioxide back into solid coal, in a world-first breakthrough that could transform our approach to carbon capture and storage.

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            Researchers have found bees can do basic mathematics, in a discovery that expands our understanding of the relationship between brain size and brain power.

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            Talking Business is a podcast by experienced journalists Garry Barker and Leon Gettler, featuring interviews with academics and prominent business leaders.

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            Talking Innovative Justice is a resource for law students featuring Rob Hulls, guests from across the legal landscape, and lectures from leading industry figures.

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