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Issue 01 - 06

Issue 01 - 06

Creating screen magic

Wednesday, 21 October 2015 News > Edith Magazine > Articles > 2015 > Issue 04

At a time of great disruption in entertainment, movies and television, the WA Screen Academy is helping students to navigate a changing landscape, create movie magic and think outside the box. Ara Jansen reports.

The future is tiny for the final frontier

Wednesday, 21 October 2015 News > Edith Magazine > Articles > 2015 > Issue 04

Since the dawn of the Space Age in the 1940s, Australia’s principal involvement has been to provide terrestrial real estate to powerful friends. But as ECU Adjunct Professor Brett Biddington argues, our future role might lie in finding innovative solutions for overcrowded space.

Incubator hatches smart ideas

Tuesday, 20 October 2015 News > Edith Magazine > Articles > 2015 > Issue 04

ECU has WA’s only university-linked business incubator, connecting enterprise and researchers.

Making memories at the last moment

Thursday, 04 June 2015 News > Edith Magazine > Articles > 2015 > Issue 03

The fear of being forgotten is something many people experience when dying — says Pippa Blackburn — who works hard to ensure that isn’t the case.

The future arrives by bike

Thursday, 04 June 2015 News > Edith Magazine > Articles > 2015 > Issue 03

Perth has become one of the world’s most sprawling cities, where traffic congestion costs will soon top $2 billion every year. Could bicycles be an inexpensive solution to Perth’s transport woes?

Getting your foot in the door

Thursday, 04 June 2015 News > Edith Magazine > Articles > 2015 > Issue 03

A new national strategy is supercharging the employment prospects of university students — long before graduation.

You study what? - How to change people's minds

Thursday, 04 June 2015 News > Edith Magazine > Articles > 2015 > Issue 03

If a smoker won’t listen to health authorities, perhaps they will listen to their own advice? That’s the thinking behind a talking cigarette pack designed by ECU researcher Paul Chang.

Expanding Fashion Horizons

Thursday, 04 June 2015 News > Edith Magazine > Articles > 2015 > Issue 03

Five minutes with Vice-Chancellor Professor Steve Chapman

Thursday, 04 June 2015 News > Edith Magazine > Articles > 2015 > Issue 03

It took one visit for new Vice-Chancellor Steve Chapman to decide ECU was the next step in his career.

Mapping Onslow's changing nature

Thursday, 04 June 2015 News > Edith Magazine > Articles > 2015 > Issue 03

The Last Word - Should your toddler use a touchscreen?

Thursday, 04 June 2015 News > Edith Magazine > Articles > 2015 > Issue 03

Living with fire

Thursday, 04 June 2015 News > Edith Magazine > Articles > 2015 > Issue 03

Bushfire season is an inevitable part of living in Australia, but researchers are developing ways to mitigate and reduce the ever-present threat.

The Big Question - Is science ruining sport?

Thursday, 04 June 2015 News > Edith Magazine > Articles > 2015 > Issue 03

We ask a group of ECU experts how they'd respond to a big issue, in this case, whether science is ruining sport, Australia's national obsession.

Teaching the teachers

Thursday, 04 December 2014 News > Edith Magazine > Articles > 2014 > Issue 02

Erasmus Norviewu-Mortty travelled halfway around the world to investigate why some schools in his native Ghana were better than others. He talks to David Gear about what he found – and why he has helped to set up a teacher college as a result.

The world comes to WAAPA

Thursday, 04 December 2014 News > Edith Magazine > Articles > 2014 > Issue 02

For more than 33 years, Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts graduates have found their place on the international stage. Now, with new funding support, WAAPA wants to draw new international talent to Perth.

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