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Latest school news

Summer of Malware – Applications Open Now

Students wanted for paid cyber security work over the summer!

New Fire Tech Camp Coding Club starts soon @ ECU Joondalup

This club is perfect for students exploring a career in programming and development. So come and explore the popular programming language C#, be inspired by creative innovation, and design various games and mini-projects.

Sensei Samurais - Coding for adults

ECU’s School of Science is hosting four workshops for parents, teachers and adults who want to commence their coding journey.

Australian Boobooks At Risk From Rodenticide

Evidence is now emerging that birds of prey are falling victim to rodenticides in Australia.

LabRats brings school students to ECU

More than 350 Year 9-11 students visited ECU over three days to take part in interactive Labs.

Exam Revision Sessions a success at ECU

More than 1400 Year 12 students attended free ATAR exam revision sessions last week at ECU Joondalup and Bunbury campuses.

Latest university news

Running scared for Halloween

Have you ever wondered how to escape from a hoard of zombies or a vengeful ghost? ECU researchers share their tips for creepy critters that will take over Joondalup Campus for the Run for it!

The changing face(book) of the family photo album

Social media sites have made sharing precious family photos quicker and easier than ever before. But with around 1 billion people uploading images to Facebook each week this convenience could come at a price.

Science or Snake Oil: do men need sperm health supplements?

The producers of the male fertility supplement Menevit claim it promotes sperm health. But Dr Kristina Kendall argues that eating healthier, getting enough exercise and cutting down on alcohol are all better ways to improve your sperm health.

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

🤔 Would you join a public WiFi network called Intel Department or FBI surveillance van 🤨 ECUSRI researchers Dr Patryk Szewczyk and Dr Krishnun…

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

Congratulations to ECU Social Work Lecturers Dr David Hodgson and Dr Lynelle Watts: their book Key Concepts and Theory in Social Work will be…

Edith Cowan University (ECU)

A snap decision to start a postgraduate degree in Broadcasting has led to Michael Genovese becoming one of the most recognisable faces on our TV…

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