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New research from Edith Cowan University has revealed childrens’ books are perpetuating outdated stereotypes of gender roles including boys playing sport, doing physical work and girls as passive onlookers.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 Edith Cowan University has created an engaging music project pairing native Western Australian birdsong with experimental instruments.
New research from Edith Cowan University shows exercise causes muscles to secrete proteins that can suppress tumour growth and help fight cancerous cells.
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Alongside more than 1,500 ECU students who crossed the graduation stage recently were Iluka sisters Hannah and Lucy Norris. They both graduated with a Bachelor of Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations. Incidentally, the sisters had no idea they’d applied for the same degree in 2019.
Chose life in high school? Didn’t study ATAR? Or worried you won’t get the ATAR score you hoped for? You’re not alone there. Thankfully, you don’t need an ATAR to gain entry to university. Just ask ECU Psychology & Addiction Studies Honours graduate Dana Pringle.
More than half a century since Britain conducted the first nuclear tests in Australia, at the Montebello Islands in WA’s north, marine scientists have discovered there remains a radiation risk to marine life and tourists.
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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