Alumnus Paul Wyman (Post Graduate in Brewing, 2011) is crafting a special brew for GABS - warming up Degrees Brewery for ECU's upcoming Brewing Short Course.
Three-quarters (76 per cent) of young adults in Western Australia use their mobile phones while driving despite knowing it is illegal, new Edith Cowan University research has found.
A new $50 million cyber security research centre will be based at ECU's Joondalup Campus.
Generation Z could be the solution to chronic shortages in the hospitality industry. Our researchers are helping employers understand the motivations of young people, which are different from previous generations.
Reading to your child is one of the most successful ways of instilling a love of reading in them. But in a recent study more than one-quarter of primary-school-aged respondents claimed they were never read to at home.
Australians from some migrant backgrounds achieve better results than their local peers, according to recent reports on the academic performance of school students.
Neuroscientist Professor Dylan Edwards has been appointed as a Professorial Research Fellow.
Research suggests the hotel industry has a culture that accepts and even encourages low-level theft.
Young people hoping to get some help from their parents to break into the property market may have to think again with new research showing four in ten Australians don't believe parents should give their children money for a deposit.
What is it that separates elite athletes, musicians and scientists from the rest of us? Professor Zach Hambrick will answer this question in his free public lecture.
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.
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