At the 2014 ‘Your Research in a Nutshell’ and ‘One Minute to Pitch It’ competitions audience members and judges heard about a wide range of cutting edge research being undertaken at ECU.
The pressure on the mental health of Fly-In Fly-Out workers was the topic of this year’s winning ECU Three Minute Thesis.
Come along to the ECU Three Minute Thesis final on Wednesday, 13 August and support the participants as they compete to win prize money and a place in the national 3MT finals at the University of Western Australia.
Up to 20 Chinese postgraduate research students are set to study at ECU following the signing of Memorandum of Understanding with the China Scholarship Council (CSC).
While climate change remains a contentious political subject in Australia the hip pocket benefits of being more sustainable in business and everyday life are already proven.
Treating the emotional effects of burns in children is just as important as healing the physical scars, according to new research from ECU.
ECU researchers will investigate ways to reduce hospitalisation rates for aged care facility residents after being awarded a grant worth more than $300,000.
Men with prostate cancer have a new tool to help fight depression thanks to innovative research from ECU’s Health and Wellness Institute.
Invitation to attend the next Inspirational Leaders Seminar with Professor Margaret Seares AO FAICD
Singing, balancing, jumping and skipping are all part of a cutting-edge movement program developed by ECU researchers that is helping teach children to read and write.
Native birds are a little known victim of dieback in the South West of Western Australia according to a new study by ECU researchers.
Melanoma could soon be detected in its early stages using a new blood test, thanks to a $450,000 grant to ECU.
A native WA plum could be powerful new weapon in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease.
ECU melanoma researcher Dr Elin Gray will investigate how to better target treatment for cancer patients after being awarded a $750,000 research fellowship
ECU researchers are investigating whether eating like a caveman can help protect against diabetes and heart disease.