Edith Cowan University has welcomed the announcement of a $50 million Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) that is expected to position Western Australia as the nation’s new centre for cyber research and capacity building.
Apple recently unveiled its latest generation of smartphone, the iPhone X. ECU's Dr Wencheng Yang and Dr Guanglou Zheng discuss security concerns around the world's best known smartphone.
A group of ECU film students have travelled more than 14,000kms to the other side of the world to complete their short film assignment.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) has reappointed 303MullenLowe as its preferred supplier for all brand, traditional and digital marketing services.
More than 20 per cent of kids in regional and remote WA worry about getting enough food to eat according to Australian-first research.
Jamie’s Ministry of Food West Australian mobile kitchen is heading to Mount Lawley for the first time. The program is delivered by The Good Foundation and supported by Edith Cowan University as part of a three year partnership which provides funding to support the delivery of the program throughout Western Australia.
What does it take to be named as one of the top 100 students out of the more than 27,000 studying at ECU?
Is ‘sharenting’ on social media harming children? What happens after the funny YouTube video of your child goes viral? Are babies being turned into big data? These are just some of the questions that will be explored at an upcoming conference bringing top researchers from around the world to Perth.
Cybercriminals are increasingly targeting small businesses, who often lack the knowledge or the budget to defend themselves and their operations from attack. But now a team of students from Edith Cowan University have developed a sophisticated early warning system for the price of an office coffee pod machine.
ECU has received a five star rating for teaching quality for a record 11 years in a row in the Good Universities Guide 2018.
Motion capture technology popularised by Hollywood is helping cellists prevent and overcome chronic injury.
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.
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