An exercise program that targets the muscle around cancerous tumours could be the latest weapon in the fight against the disease.
Curators have sifted through more than 150 outstanding entries from more than 30 WA schools to identify the student art works to show at the Young Originals art exhibition at Edith Cowan University (ECU).
Putting his studies into practice in real life situations has helped ECU law student Dave Endersby come out on top in an international law competition in Hong Kong.
In just eight weeks, 706 ECU staff in 145 teams walked the equivalent of more than 339,000km as part of the University’s GlobeTrekker Challenge wellness initiative.
Perth businesses have the chance to benefit from a wide range of research and development opportunities during Research Week at ECU.
Dr Greg Haff explains how athletes get away with doping and what sporting authorities can do to try to stop them.
ECU's Open Day rolls into the South West Campus on Sunday, 23 August led by our Motorsport Team's award winning race machine.
ECU has been rated the maximum five stars for teaching quality for the seventh year in a row in the Good Universities Guide.
ECU will seek to rapidly increase its research activity and impact by recruiting more than 20 professors from around the world.
From TV studios to race car workshops to hospital wards, today’s modern university now boasts a surprising range of facilities on campus.
A new computer program developed by ECU researchers is using advanced mathematical algorithms and AI to make identifying unknown plants a whole lot easier.
Researchers have found a strong link between depression and cognitive decline which could pave the way for new treatment options for dementia.
Three touching poems about love and loss have won an ECU writer the Grand Prize in a prestigious international poetry competition.
ECU is investing more than $5 million to create a new communications and arts hub on the Mount Lawley Campus.
We all know how important it is to say sorry when we’ve done something wrong, but when is a simple apology not enough?