TAG: RMIT




New breakthrough in 3D stretchable devices fabrication makes robots more human.

Realising three-dimensional stretchable structures of functional materials with a minimum footprint on Silicone polymer is highly desirable in soft robotics, stretchable electronics, and photonics. [...]

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Continuous non-invasive glucose sensing on the horizon with the development of a new optical sensor.

Researchers at TMOS, the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Transformative Meta-Optical Systems, have taken an important step towards eliminating this discomfort. Their RMIT Universi [...]

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New flexible 2D gas sensor soon to be protecting you from toxic ammonia

Your smartwatch could soon save you from more than missed meetings with a new miniaturised ammonia gas sensor in development. The sensor—made from 2D liquid metal and fabricated using a simple, cost [...]

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Protecting children and pets: Innovative metasurface prevents cars from overheating

Every year in Australia, more than 5000 children are rescued after being left unattended in a car. Not all of those children are saved before they succumb to death by heatstroke, with at least ten Aus [...]

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International Day of Women and Girls in STEMM

Happy International day of Women and Girls in Science! At TMOS gender equality is one of our core values and today is an amazing day to celebrate the amazing women in our team. Women who are pioneers, [...]

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TMOS Chief Investigator Madhu Bhaskaran to co-lead Women in STEMM Australia

Women in STEMM Australia (WiSA) has just appointed TMOS Chief Investigator Madhu Bhaskaran and science educator Sarah Chapman as co-chairs of the organisation. [...]

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What it’s like to be an IDEA Officer at TMOS

I joined the TMOS as an Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access Officer during turbulent times for the Australian tertiary education sector. Transitioning from my previous position to this new and unp [...]

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Fifteen Postdoctoral Positions – Open Now!

As a Centre, we are excited to be taking a proactive step towards our Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access (IDEA) goals. We have advertised up to fifteen postdoctoral positions for women, gender [...]

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How vegetables and diversity inspired a revolution in health care

As a young girl in India, Madhu Bhaskaran was encouraged to do well in maths by her grandmother, who cooked her the vegetable okra before every maths exam, “to sharpen her brain.” “This was com [...]

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How vegetables and diversity inspired a revolution in health care

As a young girl in India, Madhu Bhaskaran was encouraged to do well in maths by her grandmother, who cooked her the vegetable okra before every maths exam, “to sharpen her brain.” “This was com [...]

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