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.
Research showing that a diet change can drastically reduce fatty livers, a major risk factor for heart disease, was judged best at the recent Three Minute Thesis competition.
Buildings at ECU’s three campuses have changed colour – from pink (mirda mokiny) to yellow (yoornt) – signalling the arrival of Kambarang season.
Researchers have long dreamed of a blood test that could detect cancer. Dr Elin Gray explains how, for certain types of cancer, this dream is becoming a reality.
We know a paleo diet can help us lose weight but PhD candidate Angela Genoni wants to learn about potential long term health impacts of the diet.
This edition of the fortnightly media newsletter includes experts on the paleo diet and childhood alcoholism.
It’s time to dust off your running shoes and crazy costumes for ECU’s newest family-friendly event – Run For It!
Kelly Watson hasn’t even graduated yet, but she’s already been named the best new professional in the Human Resources industry’s annual awards.
Practice is the way we improve our skills. But as Professor Craig Speelman will explain in a free public lecture, it also shapes the way we perceive the world.
ECU researchers involved in the science of cycling at the highest levels are gearing up to share their knowledge with Perth cyclists as part of ECU’s Research Week.
A runaway bride. A tragedy-struck surfer. A flamboyant bushranger. These are just some of the characters coming to TV screens across Australia when ECU film students showcase their end of year projects on Channel Nine.
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