ECU’s video-based classroom research partnerships are attracting international attention.
Murder, intrigue, cyber security, computer hacking and counter terrorism are just some of the topics on offer at the 2012 secau Cyber Security Congress.
After just four years in existence ECU’s Speech Pathology program has secured two prestigious research grants as part of the most recent National Health and Medical Research Council funding round.
Edith Cowan University’s (ECU’s) Graduate Research School (GRS) has received the highest satisfaction rating in a survey comparing 18 institutions in Australia.
ECU Professor Daniel Galvão has won the Western Australian Young Tall Poppy Science Award 2012 for his leading work into the use of exercise as medicine for cancer patients.
Can exercise and nutrition help treat – or even cure – psoriasis, a chronic and often painful skin condition? This is the focus of a new study by researchers from ECU.
Australian children use the internet more excessively than their European counterparts, a new study by Edith Cowan University researchers has found.
Professor Cobie Rudd discusses her research investigating ways in which simulation-based health training can be used in training at a tertiary level.
An acoustic sensor, the size of a smartphone, is helping to protect Barrow Island’s unique native fauna from the Asian House Gecko.
ECU-led projects focussing on cyberbullying, melanoma research, and stroke rehabilitation have received National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) grants, totalling over $2.5million dollars.
ECU Professor Kamal Alameh has received a prestigious Australia-India Senior Visiting Fellowship for his groundbreaking work in the area of nanotechnology.
ECU’s Security Research Institute was treated to a Ministerial visit last week.
A research partnership between ECU and Dampier Salt Limited will investigate the interactions between the Pilbara’s birdlife and its diverse environment.
A compound found in a common spice could hold the key to preventing Alzheimer’s disease.
Can a simple diary prevent psychological complications in those who have spent a prolonged period in an intensive care unit (ICU)?