Details of the Security Research Institute's Special Interest Group Seminars for Semester 1, 2015.
Dr Zubair Baig will present a SIG Seminar on 13 March discussing honeypots, techniques for data reduction, and common steps for analysis of the reduced data set.
Two speech pathology students experience the Northern Territory Health services.
When a partner is diagnosed with a life threatening illness such as cancer, it can strain the relationship as roles and needs change.
The collaborative relationship with the China Scholarship Council and ECU was recently strengthened by a Christmas visit.
A cigarette pack that “talks” to smokers is the latest weapon in the fight against tobacco-related harm.
Huntington's disease is a devastating neurodegenerative disorder that has no cure, but researchers have found a way to regenerate the parts of the brain that the disease attacks.
This course is for those who wish to gain practical skills in faun survey techniques and handling native animals. 30-31 March and 7-11 April 2015.
PhD graduate Brenda Downing awarded the Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science's Faculty Research Medal recently at graduation.
Dr Janet Taylor will present her latest neurophysiology-based research at a special presentation on Friday, 13 February 2015 at 2pm at ECU's Joondalup Campus.
Secondary school students recently got the chance to learn about science from some of the best minds in WA as part of the ConocoPhillips Science Experience program.
A major field trip by CMER researchers to South Australian Gulfs to core seagrass meadows will be used to reveal recent pollution history.
ECU Motorsport Team’s latest car ‘Emma’ sped in to second place at a national competition in Victoria.
Seagrass experts come together for a 2 day workshop, December 2014.
Play hard, but study even harder was the message West Coast Eagles legend John Worsfold delivered when he spoke to 300 high school students recently.