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Deal heralds new chemistry Proof of Concept Facility at ECU

ECU has inked a multi-million dollar industry agreement to create a state-of-the-art analytical chemistry proof of Concept Facility at ECU’s Joondalup Campus.


Privacy in Cyberspace: Recent Developments in the United States

Presentation: 5 August 2016, 10:30am at JO8.211, by A/Prof Sherali Zeadally.

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The Physical Security Professional: Mapping a Body of Knowledge

Seminar: 21 July 2016, 9am by Michael Coole on 'The Physical Security Professional'.

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CMER student showcases her research to Graduate Women WA

PhD student Simone Strydom won the Graduate Women WA Mary Walters Scholarship in 2015, funding research into marine ecosystems and how they react to light related stress.

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It actually is rocket science

Samantha Ridgway is a rocket scientist. Literally. The ECU School of Science PhD candidate is the first Australian woman to be certified as a Level 3 Rocketeer and now she’s hoping to launch a five metre tall home-made rocket.

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Industry-funded DrinkWise under the microscope

New ECU research has re-ignited the debate concerning the alcohol industry’s role in reducing alcohol-related harms.

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Top 5 things to do at ECU’s South West Open Day

Cool courses, mind reading and Matrix-style bullet time are all part of the South West Open Day in Bunbury.

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Alzheimer’s – can we prevent it?

To suggest that diet and a lack of exercise could be linked to Alzheimer’s disease was a controversial idea 20 years ago. But as ABC TV’s Catalyst finds, Professor Ralph Martins’ hypothesis is now key to preventing the disease.

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Can you help Vote for ECU's very own Nardia Bordas to win the Australian Academy of Science and Australia's Science Channel 'On the job competition!…

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Great to see our students out and about thanks for sharing City of Joondalup Youth Services!

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It's #ECUOpenDay at our South West Campus this Sunday! There will be Roller Zorbs Scitech VR a 180 Degree Video Booth Mind Reading Career Finders 9x5 …

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