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Adjunct Professor named Road Safety Council chair

Friday, 29 May 2015 Faculties > Health, Engineering and Science > News and events > School of Exercise and Health Sciences > 2012 > 10

Road Safety Minister Liza Harvey has appointed Professor Murray Lampard chair of the Road Safety Council.

Mo-tivated for men's health

Friday, 29 May 2015 Faculties > Health, Engineering and Science > News and events > Health and Wellness Institute > 2013 > 11

Wondered why you're seeing more moustaches on campus lately, you could ask Professor Galvão.

Exercise regime boosts fight against deadly mesothelioma

Friday, 29 May 2015 Faculties > Health, Engineering and Science > News and events > Health and Wellness Institute > 2015 > 05

ECU Health and Wellness Institute’s Dr Carolyn McIntyre will lead a three-year study in effectiveness of exercise improving the lives of people living with the deadly lung cancer mesothelioma.

Cognition research featured

Friday, 29 May 2015 Faculties > Health, Engineering and Science > News and events > Cognition Research Group > 2014 > 04

PhD student James Brooks discusses the effects of computer games on cognitive abilities.

ECU wins at WAITTA

Friday, 29 May 2015 Faculties > Health, Engineering and Science > News and events > School of Computer and Security Science > 2012 > 04

ECU students and researchers celebrate after winning two of the categories at the WAITTA awards.

Nanocomposites jump the toughness barrier

Friday, 29 May 2015 Faculties > Health, Engineering and Science > News and events > COHESION Magazine > Articles > COHESION Magazine August 2013 > 2013 > 08

High-tech manufacturing benefits from another of Nature's secrets, unlocked.

How many were there going to St Ives? Cognitive test gets a tick.

Friday, 29 May 2015 Faculties > Health, Engineering and Science > News and events > COHESION Magazine > Articles > COHESION Magazine July 2014 > 2014 > 07

Validating the cognitive reflection test.

School of Natural Sciences, Postgraduate Student Inaugural Symposium

Thursday, 28 May 2015 Faculties > Health, Engineering and Science > News and events > School of Natural Sciences > 2015 > 05

Discover the important research currently being undertaken by postgraduate students at the School of Natural Sciences, Postgraduate Student Inaugural Symposium. Register to attend on Friday, 19 June 2015 from 8.30am at ECU's Joondalup Campus.

Two new papers advance our understanding of Huntington’s disease

Tuesday, 26 May 2015 Faculties > Health, Engineering and Science > News and events > COHESION Magazine > Articles > COHESION Magazine November 2014 > 2014 > 11

A rare genetically-transmitted neurodegenerative condition affecting over 2,000 Australians, research at ECU has contributed significantly to understanding Huntington’s disease.

Puzzle of sub-tidal systems unravelled by ECU researchers

Tuesday, 26 May 2015 Faculties > Health, Engineering and Science > News and events > COHESION Magazine > Articles > COHESION Magazine April 2014 > 2014 > 04

Understanding the mechanisms behind carbon transfer within coastal seascapes.

Dieback devastates south-west bird communities

Tuesday, 26 May 2015 Faculties > Health, Engineering and Science > News and events > COHESION Magazine > Articles > COHESION Magazine April 2014 > 2014 > 04

Dieback in south-west causing loss of flower species, negatively impacts on bird communities.

Looking at the health of the bay

Tuesday, 26 May 2015 Faculties > Health, Engineering and Science > News and events > Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research > 2012 > 08

ECU researchers monitor impacts of agriculture urbanisation on health of seagrass meadows in Geographe Bay.

‘Force strength’ could indicate bone health in ballet dancers

Monday, 25 May 2015 Faculties > Health, Engineering and Science > News and events > COHESION Magazine > Articles > COHESION Magazine April 2014 > 2014 > 04

Investigating ballet dancers' bone health to understand the long associate risk of bone stress injury.

New brick-making method would reduce mine waste

Monday, 25 May 2015 Faculties > Health, Engineering and Science > News and events > COHESION Magazine > Articles > COHESION Magazine April 2015 > 2015 > 04

Researchers develop a cost effective means to make bricks from iron ore tailings.

Safety and efficacy of resistance exercise in prostate cancer patients with bone metastases

Monday, 25 May 2015 Faculties > Health, Engineering and Science > News and events > Health and Wellness Institute > 2013 > 08

World first trial in cancer patients with bone metastatic disease published.

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