From atoms to organisms
Do you ever ask why stuff happens, or wonder how? Are you looking for a degree that asks the BIG questions? Find out if biology, environmental science, physics or nanotechnology are right for you.
Meet Angela – Master of Biotechnology
RMIT Master of Biotechnology graduate Angela Peng talks about her journey to become a research assistant in the Cancer Development and Treatment Laboratory at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. In a competitive job market, Angela found that her industry experience gave her not only an edge, but also valuable networking experience.
World's thinnest hologram
An Australian-Chinese team led by RMIT University has developed the world's thinnest hologram. The nano-hologram is 1,000 times thinner than a human hair, and you don’t need 3D glasses to see it overcoming size barriers faced by computer-generated holograms. This technology is taking us closer to having 3D holograms in everyday devices.