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Workshop explores the science behind Blue Carbon research

Visiting fellows gain insight into the fundamentals in assessing carbon stored in marine and coastal habitats

ECU PhD student awarded prestigious funding to undertake world-first study

Congratulations to the Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research PhD candidate Mrs Charlie Phelps, for winning the Australian Academy of Science Max Day Environmental Science Fellowship

The Security Research Institute Summer of Cyber - Summer of Stego

Summer of Stego - Application open now for paid R&D of cyber security work over the summer!

Hunting iron in sea ice

Months-long research trips across the world’s oceans are just part of the job for Dr Viena Puigcorbé Lacueva. Find out about the challenges of research on sea ice and glaciers of Antarctica.

Symposium highlights research on seagrass

Australia’s northern seagrass – resilience in the face of dredging

Wanted: Calling out to Computer and Security Science tutors for GPN!

There is an opportunity open for ECU alumni and WIT to join us and become a tutor Girls’ Programming Network (GPN) 2018!

Latest university news

Creating an enchanting opera for kids is no child's play

An ECU PhD candidate wants to bring the joy of opera to an entirely new demographic: Australian children. And the secret to engaging this notoriously discerning audience could be to create an original performance just for them, rather than adapting an adult opera.

Motorsports course takes pole position in national university awards

ECU's Motorsport course has been judged one of the most innovative university programs in Australia.

Research snapshot shows women keen on co-working spaces

A research snapshot on co-working spaces in Perth shows they have doubled in the past three years and are popular with women looking to escape the often male-dominated traditional workplace.

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

Congratulations to Perth Wildcats Vice-Captain Greg Hire: he'll play his 200th Basketball game this Saturday! #strongerasone #redarmy

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

ATTN: Prospective Regional and Rural Students!!! If you're planning on applying for a Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM)…

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

Perth criminals as young as 10 years old are being taught how to steal by family members and are growing up believing crime is a normal part of life, …

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