While technologies such as Airbnb and Uber are designed for convenience, their lack of regulations mean people with disabilities are being left out of the sharing economy.
ECU researchers, along with international collaborators, have determined that the 2010/11 marine heatwave at Shark Bay released up to nine million metric tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
New research suggests that Australia should target second and third-tier cities in China and foster stronger cross-cultural links to increase tourism.
Are you an eye-gazer, a mouth-gazer or something in between? New research from ECU's School of Arts and Humanities has tracked where our eyes go in face-to-face conversations and found we don't lock eyes nearly as often as we think.
More evidence of the association of high intakes of sugary drinks with poor health outcomes, particularly in children, have been found in a new review of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders’ nutrition.
Craft beer is booming in Australia and New Zealand. As part of ongoing research, Nevil Alexander and Dr Abel Duarte Alonso from ECU's School of Business and Law look at how it can be used in tourism.
ECU has been named in the 2018 QS World University Rankings by Subject for sports science, education and psychology.
For the family and friends of people who self-injure, as well as the doctors and services that try to support them, a key question is often: why do they do it?
Poor sleep and particular genetic variations in Aquaporin-4 (AQP4) proteins have been linked to a build-up of beta-amyloid – the main component of amyloid plaques found in the brains of Alzheimer’s disease patients.
Small business owners and sole traders are not prepared financially for retirement, a new report from ECU's School of Business and Law has found.
Eating protein rich food such as meat and legumes could cut your risk of developing Alzheimer's disease new research has found.
Australia risks being left behind in the psychedelic science revolution.
A renowned Indigenous performer and two published authors – all from the South West region – will join more than 150 graduates at the ECU graduation ceremony at the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre this Saturday.
Australia’s poor OECD rankings in mathematics might get a boost by teaching concepts earlier and instilling more positive attitudes in early childcare educators, Edith Cowan University (ECU) research suggests.
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