Projects that will improve WA school kids’ skills in fractions and their knowledge of cyber security have won ECU two prestigious technology excellence awards.
We will have to wait to see who wins the 2018 World Cup in Russia, but sports science can help shed some light on how it will be won.
Bone density scans that are routinely performed to identify the risk of fractures could also give and early warning for heart attacks and strokes new research has found.
The popularity of Marvel-inspired blockbusters in recent years may suggest a revival of comics, but they have never gone away, say the organisers of a comics festival to be held at ECU later this month.
Edith Cowan University has played a key role in attracting two UK-based, world-leading researchers to WA to boost the State’s capabilities in the area of phenomics.
The families of methamphetamine users are an untapped resources that could aid in their treatment and recovery a new discussion paper argues.
Logging plantations need to switch from exotic pines to eucalypts to protect native forests.
Edith Cowan University (ECU) has appointed Phillip Holley to play a key role in pursuing the University’s ambitious growth targets, which include a 25 per cent increase in student numbers by 2021.
Forget the slacker stereotype, backpacking is good for your confidence, money management, world view and more.
In an age where we are constantly juggling different goals across work, leisure and other commitments, researchers have found pursuing goals that are at odds with each other could be a recipe for unhappiness.
Confidential and highly sensitive client data is at risk of exposure according to the authors of new research on the cyber security practices of lawyers.
Structure, discipline and good relationships are what students want from their teachers according to new research.
The results are in: educational video games improve children’s mental maths skills. But WA schools have been slow to adopt new technology in the classroom.
Researchers from Edith Cowan University have discovered four new species of tiny, blind crustaceans in aquifers beneath the Pilbara Region in remote Western Australia.
Forget passwords and fingerprint scans - ECU research is making what's inside your body the key to security access on devices.
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