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Overview

Welcome to research at Edith Cowan University. We have a vibrant research community at ECU and actively support our student and staff researchers. We also enjoy collaboration with other universities and continually seek opportunities to work with organisations and businesses to commercialise research outcomes.

Our research

Research at ECU is growing strongly, led by successful strategies to develop a vibrant research culture.

Research profile & areas of focus

At ECU we concentrate our research in areas of strength to deliver tangible outcomes.

Research publications

Browse research output from ECU staff, postgraduates and affiliated authors.

Collaborative Research Network

The ECU-led Collaborative Research Network focuses on growing research excellence at the University through partnership and engagement.

How to get involved

There are several ways to get involved with research at ECU.

Become a researcher at ECU

Discover how you can join ECU as a graduate researcher.

Explore commercialisation opportunities

Collaborate with ECU on the commercialisation of our research outcomes.

Donate to ECU research

Support our research initiatives through a donation to an ECU research project.
 

Graduate research

ECU has a lively research community that is committed to supporting research students.

Supporting researchers

Our Office of Research and Innovation provides comprehensive support services to researchers.

News

L-R, Dr Lorraine Hammond, Henry Jones, Sofia Gotsis, Dylan Ratter and Dr Deb Callcott get a move on.

Literacy on the move

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.

Splendid fairy wrens like this one will be adversely impacted by the spread of dieback through Banksia woodlands according to new ECU Research.

Birds at risk from dieback

Native birds are a little known victim of dieback in the South West of Western Australia according to a new study by ECU researchers.

The blood test could reduce the need for invasive skin biopsies.

Melanoma early detection hope

Melanoma could soon be detected in its early stages using a new blood test, thanks to a $450,000 grant to ECU.

Contact

Graduate Research School

Telephone: (61 8) 6304 2628
Email: grs@ecu.edu.au

Office of Research and Innovation

Telephone: (61 8) 6304 2721
Email: research@ecu.edu.au

Research Scholarships

Telephone: (61 8) 6304 3636
Email: scholarships@ecu.edu.au

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