This fortnight’s media edition includes experts on cyber attacks, the census, Harry Potter and public transport.
A new maths game developed in WA has improved Perth primary school students’ knowledge of fractions by more than 10 per cent over their classmates according to new research.
Malicious software on popular mobile platforms such as iOS and Android is at best a nuisance and at worst a security threat to individuals and businesses.
Jarrod Draper is the recipient of the 2017 Edith Cowan University (ECU) Vice-Chancellor’s Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Scholarship, worth $2,500 per semester until the completion of his degree.
Dr Vivienne Conway is making a difference to how people with disabilities access the web. That’s why she’s been recognised with the prestigious WAITTA INCITE Achiever of the Year Award.
This fortnight’s media newsletter includes an app to stop elder abuse, social media radicalisation and food waste.
Edith Cowan University will lead Australia’s efforts to train the thousands of cyber security professionals required to fill a global skills shortage in the industry.
Australian universities, attended by more than 280,000 students, jointly condemn the decision of the Federal Government to cut its Commonwealth Grant Scheme funding by 5 per cent and to put a further 7.5 per cent at risk.
This fortnight’s media newsletter includes experts on Sgt Pepper’s, WA defence projects and constitutional recognition.
The Beatles’ Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band turns 50 on June 1 but has the classic work stood up to the test of time?
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.
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