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RMIT has been selected as one of Melbourne's most beautiful campuses by The Culture Trip. Highlights include Storey Hall, the Design Hub, Building 8 and the Swanston Academic Building. Check out some of the photos.
In other news, RMIT student Zac McClelland is leading a team of students to develop a high speed pod-like transportation system to run between Melbourne and Sydney, in the global SpaceX Hyperloop Pod competition. The group is the only remaining finalist from the Southern Hemisphere from more than 1000 applicants.
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One of the critical functions of the brain is to encode and store information, which become memories.
RMIT researcher Amy Reichelt explores where memories are stored in the brain and how we can retrieve them.
Interns are sometimes considered simply to be a cost-efficient option to get extra hands on board to assist with daily tasks, when really they have the power to transform your business.
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20-21 NOV 2016
Australian Urban Agriculture Forum
Join us with practitioners and policy-makers from across the urban food landscape to build a shared understanding of urban agriculture.
24 NOV 2016
Industry Trends: Virtual and Augmented Reality
Industry professionals and visionaries at the forefront of using Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality will chat about current and future projects.
5 DEC 2016
Retired & Senior Alumni Luncheon
We invite you to celebrate the end of the year and the upcoming festive season at the final Retired & Senior Alumni Luncheon for 2016.
Industry-based, practical learning is at the heart of your experience at RMIT.
Learn how postgraduate study can help you advance your career, change direction or gain specialist knowledge by attending a postgraduate information session.
Our gut does more than help us digest food; the bacteria that call our intestines home have been implicated in everything from our mental health and sleep, to weight gain and cravings for certain foods.
The Urban Animators: Living Laboratory public art program is designed to harness and weave the talent of RMIT into the life of the New Academic Street (NAS) construction project. Check out some of the photos from the NAS Almost Done Street Party.
Image: Aaron Hughes
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