The Rainbow Bee-eater is a sight to behold, gracing the sky with its splendid plumage of dazzling golden, emerald, and sapphire plumage, and bright red eyes.
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The fat-tailed dunnart might look cute but the mouse-sized marsupial’s harmless exterior belies a ferocious spirit – they’ve been known to kill snakes and other predators when cornered.
Indigenous graduate Tamara Murdock, who completed a Bachelor of Science (Environmental Management) with First Class Honours has been awarded a scholarship to the University of Oxford.
ECU students examine environmental impacts and sustainability issues associated with strategic development in the Gascoyne region.
A new project developed by ECU aims to encourage Indigenous students in Western Australian high schools to study science at a tertiary level.
Gain valuable work experience while studying your Natural Science Degree.
Dr McMahon presented on the role of transdisiplinary synthesis at the ACEAS grand workshop.
He may have officially retired more than 35 years ago, but this respected botanist and ecologist still turns up to work at ECU every day – including his 100th birthday.
Journal published paper demonstrating effects of light exposure on seagrass Amphibolis griffithii.
Native birds are a little known victim of dieback in the South West of Western Australia according to a new study by ECU researchers.
How good does experiencing Western Australia’s beautiful Gascoyne region with a group of fellow ECU students sound?
A public lecture by Professor Carlos Duarte on Tuesday 25 March at ECU’s Joondalup Campus.
New book describes the exceptionally diverse seagrasses in temperate parts of the southern hemisphere.
Despite the trouble to build nests 20 metres wide, adult malleefowl leave their young to fend for themselves.