The search for a blood test to detect Alzheimer’s disease in its early stages got a major boost with Professor Ralph Martins receiving a $1.25 million grant. Learn more about his work combating this debilitating disease.
There’s good news for those considering studying journalism or education at ECU: the University is home to two of the best teachers in Australia for these courses.
In 2015 ECU students found two Carnaby's black cockatoo chicks on the Joondalup Campus for the first time in history. Now we’ve installed artificial nesting boxes around the Campus to do our bit to save the species.
If you’re going to university you’d be crazy not to find out what scholarships are available to you according to ECU Bachelor of Law/Bachelor of Business student Lauren Dickson.
Alyssa Hawkins is part of the first group of students studying engineering at ECU's South West Campus and now she's getting a helping hand to continue her studies in Perth thanks to South32.
This edition of the ECU media newsletter includes subject experts on the sugar tax, terrorism recruitment, corporate social responsibility and PhD employability.
Corporate social responsibility is normally the realm of big business but new research from ECU has found it's paying dividends for small and medium business too.
Some banks are going cashless but ECU finance expert Associate Professor Robert Powell takes a look at how banks are changing in an online world.
Students from ECU’s one year intensive Graduate Diploma of Broadcasting course are well on the way to the career of their dreams, thanks to the support of Australia’s leading broadcasters.
The first piano in Australia has found a new home at WAAPA.
The last ECU media newsletter for 2016 contains a range of experts on Christmas and summer-related themes, as well as the latest ECU news.The ECU communications office will close on 23 December 2016, re-opening on 9 January 2017.
This fortnight's ECU media newsletter includes the latest subject experts as well as news from ECU.
We can look thousands of years into the past to help plan for the future using seagrass growing off our coast.
An international ballet competition coming to Sydney will give four WAAPA dancers the chance to pirouette their way into the best ballet companies in the world.
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