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Law students to benefit from new, high tech moot court

Thursday, 08 September 2016 News > News > 2016 > 09

WA’s most senior judge believes new facilities in ECU’s law program will be an invaluable tool in training law students.

Terror casts long shadow

Wednesday, 07 September 2016 News > News > 2016 > 09

While others fled in terror, they ran towards the danger trying to save lives. Now, 15 years later, Australian research is revealing how the lives of New York medics who responded on that fateful day have been forever changed.

Vietnam volunteer experience no monkey business

Tuesday, 06 September 2016 News > News > 2016 > 08

Two ECU students have had a once in a lifetime experience working with endangered primates in Vietnam as part of their studies.

Congratulations to ECU’s top students!

Thursday, 01 September 2016 News > News > 2016 > 08

These students are among the best of more than 25,000 at ECU. Find out who made the list.

ECU Media Newsletter - 1 September 2016

Thursday, 01 September 2016 News > News > 2016 > 09

This edition of the fortnightly media newsletter includes experts on workplace bullying, 18C, slow WA Internet speeds and lack of diversity on Australian TV screens.

Good Universities Guide 2017

Friday, 26 August 2016 News > News > 2016 > 08

ECU has been rated 5 stars for teaching quality for the 8th year in a row, a record now unmatched by all but a few universities in Australia.

Industry-funded DrinkWise under the microscope

Wednesday, 24 August 2016 News > News > 2016 > 08

New ECU research has re-ignited the debate concerning the alcohol industry’s role in reducing alcohol-related harms.

Alzheimer’s – can we prevent it?

Friday, 19 August 2016 News > News > 2016 > 08

To suggest that diet and a lack of exercise could be linked to Alzheimer’s disease was a controversial idea 20 years ago. But as ABC TV’s Catalyst finds, Professor Ralph Martins’ hypothesis is now key to preventing the disease.

What makes an elite badminton player?

Thursday, 18 August 2016 News > News > 2016 > 08

With shuttles sometimes flying at more than 400kph, badminton is a sport that requires a combination of quick reflexes, physical skill and endurance.

ECU Media Newsletter - 18 August

Thursday, 18 August 2016 News > News > 2016 > 08

This edition of the fortnightly media newsletter includes experts on the paleo diet and the Olympics.

Ocean radiation levels finally returning to normal after Fukushima

Thursday, 18 August 2016 News > News > 2016 > 08

Professor Pere Masqué will discuss how the Fukushima nuclear accident has affected the world's oceans at this month's The West Australian ECU Lecture series on Friday, 19 August.

Recognition for quiet achiever

Wednesday, 17 August 2016 News > News > 2016 > 08

Nardia Bordas normally works behind the scenes to help ECU students learn about cutting-edge science. But she’s now been thrust into the spotlight as part of National Science Week.

Top 5 things to do at ECU’s South West Open Day

Wednesday, 17 August 2016 News > News > 2016 > 08

Cool courses, mind reading and Matrix-style bullet time are all part of the South West Open Day in Bunbury.

What makes a winning sprinter?

Tuesday, 16 August 2016 News > News > 2016 > 08

Three-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt can run at a top speed of 44kph. Associate Professor Anthony Blazevich explains how the world's best sprinters reach such incredible speeds.

Regional high school students in the dark on uni reforms

Friday, 12 August 2016 News > News > 2016 > 08

An ECU researcher has called on the Federal Government to better communicate any university reforms to high school students.

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