We all know how important it is to say sorry when we’ve done something wrong, but when is a simple apology not enough?
An ECU team has been named in a top ten list of research projects that made big impacts on health care in 2014.
Explore ECU's facilities, talk to lecturers and learn about our 300 courses at the Mount Lawley Campus on 9 August 2015.
Without the help of hundreds of 'citizen scientists' there's no way we could possibly monitor the decline of one of WA's iconic, endangered birds, the Carnaby's black-cockatoo.
A new exhibition at Spectrum Project Space will reunite three ECU alumni who have all gone on to forge successful careers as abstract painters.
Science education in Australia is in crisis, with a major transformation needed to inspire young people. But one leading education researcher believes he has the answer.
A new book sheds light on the way people interact within virtual spaces online and the extreme identities they adopt when they are safe from judgement.
A project to teach senior citizens technology skills has helped a team of ECU students to finish runner up in a national volunteering competition.
Confused about what to study at university? If talking to lecturers or exploring our new facilities isn’t enough, visitors to ECU’s Open Day can even have their minds read to identify their true interests.
ECU's Security Research Institute is recognised as a world leader in cybersecurity research. The Institute's Director Professor Craig Valli says Australia has a bigger role to play on the world stage.
Stacey Dewey experienced both good and bad teachers in her school years. But now the Torres Strait Islander student is committed to becoming the best teacher she can be for the next generation.
Students will be the big winners from a new $90,000 Fellowship awarded to an ECU journalism researcher.
Presenting misinformation to our children about sex, sexual health and relationships in schools is a risky practice writes Dr David Rhodes.
To win the Tour de France a competitor has to be a rare breed indeed ECU researchers Chris Abbiss and Paolo Menaspà take a look at what's required.
Professor Rob Newton will talk about fighting chronic disease with exercise at the next The West Australian ECU Lecture Series event.