This fortnight’s media newsletter includes experts on cyber-attacks, apartment living and ecstasy treatments.
Aspiring students from as far away as Karratha, Christmas Island and Singapore can now find out in just one minute if they have what it takes to be a competitive applicant in Music, Arts Management or the Production Arts in Perth’s world-class performing arts school.
Professor Di Twigg’s more than 40 year career as an advocate for nurses and the patients under their care was recognised at the WA Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards.
In this article Professor Pierre Horwitz urges Urban planners to consider the health benefits of urban bushland when making decisions about the future of our cities.
This fortnight’s media newsletter includes experts on diabetes, blocking piracy websites and cricket TV rights.
Fashion historian Dr Lydia Edwards discusses the accuracy of costumes in TV period dramas including Outlander and The Crown. The article was originally published on The Conversation.
This edition of the fortnightly media newsletter includes experts on the Western Force, Safe Schools, Perth’s growing population and tourism in North Korea.
There is little evidence that boot-camp style drug rehabilitation programs work, writes Dr Stephen Bright.
ECU has just received the top student satisfaction rating of all public universities in Australia.
Claims about the value of drug seizures should be taken with a grain of salt according to Dr Stephen Bright.
Walking down stairs can help prevent diabetes new research has found.
ECU has been ranked one of the world's top young universities under 50 years old in a 2017 global survey.
This edition of ECU's fortnightly media newsletter includes experts on WA prisons, eccentric exercise and the elusive night parrot.
A new exhibition at ECU explores the emotionally fraught subject of what is known about mothers who killed their children in colonial Western Australia.
The first ever photograph taken of a Night Parrot in WA will hopefully lead to an increased interest in protecting the enigmatic species writes Dr Robert Davis.
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