Regional and remote kids face unique challenges when it comes to eating the recommended amount of vegetables, new research has found.
Even though the 2016 Census revealed that more than 30% of the Australian population identify as having “no religion” – a label that overtook the Catholic faith figure – Christianity’s effect on Australian politics is far from waning.
Detecting Alzheimer’s disease before symptoms appear is seen as the key to fighting the deadly disease. Now thanks to a $700,000 grant, ECU researchers are confident such a blood test can be developed.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) has appointed Vito Forte as its new Chief Information Officer.
Liver disease expert Professor John Olynyk has been appointed to ECU's School of Medical and Health Sciences as Professor of Translational Medicine.
A new type of iron developed by ECU researchers that can strip impurities from water in just minutes is already generating interest from international mining companies.
A new partnership between Edith Cowan University (ECU) and a top international conservatoire is giving Music students the chance to broaden their horizons in Manchester or learn from the best teachers in the world, right here in Perth.
In this article, originally written for The Conversation, Dr Genevieve Hohnen explains how by promising "fire and fury", Donald Trump actually plays into North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's hands.
Edith Cowan University students will get the chance to work with the West Coast Eagles in a range of areas including performance analysis and broadcasting after the two organisations signed a 10-year partnership agreement.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) has today released its institution-level data from the Australian Human Rights Commission's Change the course: National report on sexual assault and sexual harassment at Australian universities (the National Report).
ECU Mount Lawley Open Day is your chance to take a tour behind the scenes at WAAPA, see students in action at rehearsals and speak one on one with lecturers.
Preliminary findings from an Edith Cowan University survey of WA public sector workers reveals high levels of stress and major gaps in information-sharing during the Labor Government’s five-month review period of upcoming cuts.
The fortnight's media newsletter includes experts on the cashless economy, Chinese tourism and Alzheimer's disease.
Having a cup of tea is a great way to relax, but a review of existing research has found that it could also help protect you from Alzheimer's disease and diabetes.
It is with great sadness we regret to inform you of the passing of WAAPA Associate Dean Associate Professor Graham Wood PhD WAAPA on Wednesday, 19 July 2017. Graham passed peacefully surrounded by his family and loved ones.
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