Sgt Tony Breen from Victoria Police presented highly successful seminars on police education, training and management of sexual offences.
More than 200 guests from government and industry celebrated the launch of ECU's inaugural Research Week at the Engaging with Research@ECU event in August 2009
Drs Kathryn McMahon and Pippa Moore use grant to investigate the interactive effects of climate change on the growth and productivity of seagrasses.
The State Government has contributed funds towards a study into the early detection of Alzheimer's disease.
The third 2K BotPrize has been decided in Copenhagen, Denmark at the IEEE Conference on Computational Intelligence and Games.
Professor Martins research into Alzheimer's disease recognised.
Seminar series organised in 2010.
Researchers from ECU, UWA and Flinders University along with primary sponsor Thales Australia have been announced as finalists in a defence robotics competition.
Four Centre members presented their research at the 2010 National AMSA conference in July at the University of Woollongong.
More than 65 participants from India and Australia participated in the knowledge discovery for Rural Systems in Hyderabad in July 2010.
A literature review highlighting long-term health sequelae of sexual trauma and whether understanding translates into medical education and treatment.
ECU melanoma research leader Mel Ziman speaks about her work developing a blood test for melanoma.
ECU raised more than $5,000 for melanoma research thanks to a Sex and the City 2 fundraising event held at Grand Cinemas, Joondalup.
A new 100 terabyte computer array has been purchased for the secure storage of Australian agricultural and land use data at Mount Lawley.
Researchers will research and evaluate the It Takes a Village: Multicultural Early Learning Program operating in the south-east corridor of Perth.