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In this article, originally written for The Conversation, ECU PhD candidate Danica-Lea Larcombe looks at why and how certain plants can help improve the air and atmosphere of office environments.
Date: Tuesday 27 March 2018
Time 3.30pm – 5.00pm AWST
Location: ECU Joondalup Building 19 Room 143
Presenter: Paresh Kerai
Date: Friday 16 March 2018
Time 11.00am - 12.30pm AWST
Location: JO 21.202
Presenter: Dr Wencheng Yang
The School of Science is excited to invite you to our first Get Connected Careers Event.
Self-confessed maths geek and ambassador, Dr Adam Spencer was nominated by the School of Science for the award of an honorary doctorate. His speech acknowledged his Year 2 teacher who fostered and developed his love of numbers.
The Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research (CMER) welcomes four new postgraduate students this year
ECU researchers, along with international collaborators, have determined that the 2010/11 marine heatwave at Shark Bay released up to nine million metric tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
New research suggests that Australia should target second and third-tier cities in China and foster stronger cross-cultural links to increase tourism.
Are you an eye-gazer, a mouth-gazer or something in between? New research from ECU's School of Arts and Humanities has tracked where our eyes go in face-to-face conversations and found we don't lock eyes nearly as often as we think.
Under the Tree: Everybody needs good neighbours. But these neighbours are the absolute pits. Showing at the ECU Joondalup Pines, 20-25 March, for the …
Are you heading to Sculpture by the Sea over the weekend? Check out the amazing sculptures by ECU graduates Sally Stoneman and Denise Pepper. Image:…
Are you currently registered as a nurse with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency - AHPRA? And have you worked in a clinical nursing role …
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