End of year exams can put a lot of pressure on students, as well as their parents. Resilience expert Dr Mandie Shean has three tips for parents to help their children navigate this stressful period.
Survivors of prostate cancer will be the big winners from a new research centre that will bring together Australia’s top prostate cancer experts.
A blood test that can detect melanoma early and also improve the way it is treated is on the way to the clinic thanks to a major grant to ECU's Melanoma Research Group.
This edition includes experts on nursing assistants, Halloween, Perth's pub rock scene and Bluetooth as a cyber law enforcement tool.
The addition of nursing assistants to hospital wards does not improve patient outcomes, according to new research from ECU's School of Nursing and Midwifery.
There’s less than two weeks until Run For It! kicks off at ECU’s Joondalup Campus. To help you outwit the freaky characters you could encounter on the terrifying course, our researchers offer three tips, each backed by real science.
By looking at the basic chemical changes in humans and other lifeforms using big data and AI algorithms we're hoping to tackle some of the biggest problems facing the world from cancer treatment to monitoring threatened ecosystems.
Professor Mel Ziman will explain in the next The West Australian ECU Lecture Series how a new melanoma blood test could save hundreds of lives.
Realistic injuries and Hollywood style makeup are being used to simulate life on the job for ECU paramedicine students.
A potential link between high levels of the stress hormone cortisol and Alzheimer’s disease has been found in new research.
The ECU media newsletter is distributed every two weeks. This edition includes experts on clowns, cyber security, entrepreneurship in the arts and workplace safety.
The benefits of playing team sport for children with cerebral palsy will be examined in a new research project.
Climate change could put an end to rotting, stinking seaweed on our beaches but while it sounds great, it's definitely not good news.
For four nights in November, buildings around central Joondalup will light up as part of the Kaleidoscope Festival.
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