For tens of thousands of years, First Nations people have successfully addressed changing weather in Australia - it’s time to listen to their extensive knowledge of Country.
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ECU stands proudly in support of this year’s NAIDOC Week, running from 3-10 July.
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Building ECU City from the ground up
The state-of-the-art ECU City will reshape the heart of the Perth CBD. And with the designs completed and a renowned construction company onboard, we can now see this dynamic landmark coming to life through animation.Watch the video
ECU has a vibrant research community, actively supporting our student and staff researchers. We continually seek opportunities to collaborate with other universities and to work with organisations and businesses to commercialise research outcomes. Learn more about research at ECU.
ECU research aims to transform the lives of people in global communities. Our work focuses on four themes that recognise our collective expertise and our progressive view of the world.Find out more
New research from Edith Cowan University has revealed childrens’ books are perpetuating outdated stereotypes of gender roles including boys playing sport, doing physical work and girls as passive onlookers.
New research from ECU is pushing lupins toward the mainstream as a sustainable, plant-based, gluten-free protein source.
Research at Edith Cowan University in Western Australia is making sure your creepy crawly snack is safe.
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An important research discovery could lead to more effective treatments for the world’s 262 million asthma sufferers.
The WA Creative Tech Innovation Hub (WACTIH) will be the recipient of $1.2 million in funding from the McGowan Government over the next 4 years.
ECU has identified opportunities for improvements in the way research is conducted with Noongar people and Aboriginal people on Noongar country. It comes as ECU's Kurongkurl Katitjin was recently awarded a $3 million National Health and Medical Research Centre (NHMRC) Clinical Trials and Cohort Studies 2021 grant, which aims to give Aboriginal children the best possible start to life.
ECU respects the Noongar people, the traditional custodians of the land on which our campuses are built. We're also committed to developing our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff.Our commitment to Indigenous Australians
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