Coffee grounds for a concrete circular economy

Coffee grounds for a concrete circular economy

Posted in Latest News//October 21, 2019

Australia drinks 1.3 million cups of coffee daily and a new project could see the coffee waste turned into concrete used for homes or

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Artificial Intelligence to manage Australian road infrastructure

Artificial Intelligence to manage Australian road infrastructure

Posted in Latest News//June 20, 2019

Geospatial scientists at RMIT University have developed a new program to monitor street signs needing replacement or repair.

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Walkability of train stations

Walkability of train stations

Posted in Latest News//April 30, 2019

Train station precincts with more shops and apartment blocks are key to getting residents walking, a new report has

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Research grants awarded to modernise automotive industry

Research grants awarded to modernise automotive industry

Posted in Latest News//April 23, 2019

Three research projects at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) have been awarded grants totalling over $780,000 to modernise the Australian automotive

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Turning sewage into structures with biosolid bricks

Turning sewage into structures with biosolid bricks

Posted in Civil Works, Environment, Latest News//January 22, 2019

New research has found a way of turning biosolids from sewage into cheaper, higher performing bricks suitable for the construction industry.

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Piecing together the parking puzzle

Piecing together the parking puzzle

Posted in Civil Works, Latest News, Up front//September 26, 2018

Parking is a vital piece of public infrastructure, but is it being managed properly? Roads & Infrastructure Magazine speaks to Elizabeth Taylor from RMIT, who reveals some ways Australian parking infrastructure can perform better.

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