A group of primary school students attended a graduation ceremony at ECU as part of the Children's University program.
Interviews with 87 young people facing the Children’s Court of Western Australia have provided insight into how and why juveniles are different from older burglars.
This includes that 8 per cent steal toys and 20 per cent break in for food.
Researchers will examine if exercise can improve the gut health of men undergoing treatment for Prostate Cancer thanks to a $100,000 grant from the Prostate Foundation of Australia.
Lethal toxins from commercial rat poisons (rodenticides) have been found in more than 70 per cent of Australia’s smallest and most common owl species, the Southern Boobook (Ninox novaeseelandiae).
Opening hours for future, current and graduating student services will change over the Christmas-New Year break.
ECU’s Joondalup Campus has been announced as the location of the Western Australian Government’s first Innovation Hub.
A project examining if exercise can help men delay or even avoid the need for invasive treatments for prostate cancer has received almost $600,000 from the Federal Government.
ECU graduates were among those outstanding teachers honored at the WA Education Awards.
How to protect data collected by wearable technology is among the topics that will be covered at the 2017 Security Research Institute Security Congress.
Edith Cowan University has appointed Professor Caroline Finch as its new Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research).
Five graduating students from Edith Cowan University’s (ECU's) Graduate Diploma of Broadcasting are off to Sydney next year to kick off their broadcasting careers.
Researchers are concerned about a growing app gap where digital-savvy toddlers with access to educational apps may be more school-ready than their counterparts.
Projects examining the internet of toys and improving the way science teachers engage with their students will share in more the $700,000 in funding from the Australian Research Council.
There are thousands of health supplements on the market that claim to increase strength, decrease body fat or improve overall performance. Dr Kristina Kendall examines the scientific evidence behind these claims and outlines which supplements actually work and which to avoid.
Renowned for their competitiveness on the cricket pitch, Australia and Sri Lanka are setting aside their rivalry in a new project that aims to boost Sri Lanka’s wider sporting abilities on the world stage.
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