ECU’s motorsport team has finished second in the Formula SAE-A event in Werribee, Victoria, its best result to date.
WAAPA graduate Richard Symons has received a prestigious 2012 Sir Robert William Askin Operatic Scholarship, worth $20,000.
Congratulations to Associate Professor Laichang Zhang and Ms Jing Miao who won the ECU Innovator Prize of the year award at the recent Celebrating Success 2012 event.
The LEAP Foundation and ECU are offering three outstanding students the opportunity to attend The Young Adult LEAP Program at the University of California’s Los Angeles campus from July 28 – August 2013.
Prenatal exposure to a chemical commonly found in plastic food and beverage containers and tin cans requires further investigation after an Edith Cowan University (ECU) study found Bisphenol A exposure in pregnant women.
ECU’s broadcasting students are set to star on our TV sets this December, with four student-produced television programs screening on West TV over the Christmas break.
How do Australians browse the internet? This question was answered recently by Mr Paul Wong, winner of the inaugural iVEC@ECU Data Visualisation Challenge.
A healthy diet is top of the list for elite athletes chasing peak performance– just ask the Fremantle Dockers newest recruits.
ECU is calling all high school students with an interest in science.
Congratulations to WAAPA academic and WA composer Dr Cat Hope, winner of the People’s Choice Award for Networked Performance at the inaugural Space Time Concerto Competition in Newcastle.
Five of ECU’s graduate teachers have received the accolade WA Beginning Teacher of the Year at the annual WA Education Awards.
Congratulations to the Acting Associate Dean, Research and Higher Degrees for the Faculty of Computing, Health and Science, Professor Will Stock who has been appointed to the Australian Research Council (ARC) College.
Smartphone users who remotely check their emails are at risk of online hackers gaining access to their devices, ECU researcher Mr Peter Hannay has found.
At just 24 years of age ECU student Katrina Porter OAM has competed in three Paralympics, won a gold medal in the 100m backstroke in Beijing, broken a world record in the same event and been made a member of the Order of Australia.
ECU’s video-based classroom research partnerships are attracting international attention.