Free tuition for two ECU students are helping them to make their mark in the disciplines of sports science and speech pathology.
Nicholas Mondello was preparing to join the Navy after uni but a series of ‘eureka moments’ and a once-in-a-lifetime trip has steered him towards a career in science and research.
An inspirational new book by ECU researcher Dr Mick Adams is about courage and determination and how he turned his life around to become a respected Aboriginal leader in his own right.
A bad night’s sleep could be doing more than putting you in a bad mood, with research showing a link between difficulty getting to sleep and Alzheimer’s disease.
Boomerang throwing, bush medicine and Nyoongar tool making are part of this year’s National Science Week program thanks to a new ECU initiative.
New scholarships worth $20,000 each and an early offer scheme are now available to Year 12 students who begin their engineering studies with ECU in 2017.
ECU's Joondalup Campus was transformed into a festival for Open Day, attracting a record crowd. If you missed out, the Mount Lawley Campus Open Day is on 14 August 2016.
We’re working with people with disabilities to find solutions to their accessibility problems through a new research project.
Despite guidelines recommending that the use of benzodiazepines such as Valium be limited to two to four weeks, these drugs continue to be prescribed for longer.
Alzheimer’s disease already affects almost 250,000 Australians. But with brain scans revealing that almost one third of older people are at high risk, researchers fear that the problem has the potential to get a lot worse.
ECU’s Motorsport Team is revved up and ready to take on the world’s best student racing teams at Silverstone in the UK.
Children could be at risk of corporate surveillance and breaches of their data privacy from an unlikely new source: their toys.
A group of ECU students dedicated to volunteering in their local community will represent Australia at an international competition in Canada after being named national champions.
ECU’s Open Day is offering a fresh angle on university study with the chance to try out the ‘Bullet Time’ 180 degree video booth for the first time in WA.
We know that exposure to ultra-violet light can cause skin cancer, but new research has revealed that a temperature difference of just two degrees could also significantly increase your risk.