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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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Control Systems: Cyber Security Training Course

A 5-day training course designed to meet the needs of security professionals.

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Analysis of Remnant Data found on Memory Cards

Dr Patrick Szewczyk will present a Seminar, 30 May about his ongoing research, now in its 5th year, on the remnant data that was extracted from second hand memory cards in 2015 and how it compares to his earlier research over the previous 4 years.

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Investigation into Building Automation Systems Security

Mr Matthew Peacock will present a seminar on 18 February discussing the internal security of BACnet managed Automation Systems.

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Traditional Nyoongar knowledge and modern science will come together at the Wadjak Northside Community Science Exchage. Thumbnail

Learning from Australia's first scientists

Boomerang throwing, bush medicine and Nyoongar tool making are part of this year’s National Science Week program thanks to a new ECU initiative.

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20,001 reasons to study engineering at ECU

New scholarships worth $20,000 each and an early offer scheme are now available to Year 12 students who begin their engineering studies with ECU in 2017.

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How we are helping make Bunbury more accessible for people with disabilities

We’re working with people with disabilities to find solutions to their accessibility problems through a new research project.

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Exciting Bunny-related update: Bunny's owner has been located! Since being found at our ECU Joondalup Open Day Bunny has been having some fun…

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Calling all budding writers: submit an entry into Shore Lines Writing for Performance Festival! There are prizes for Primary School Secondary School…

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Another photo of our students on practicum placement: paramedical science placement with the emergency ambulance crew in Harrow London.

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