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Welcome to COHESION, a magazine showcasing completed research projects completed by researchers in the Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science at Edith Cowan University. COHESION profiles Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science research projects with socio-economic and environmental impact.


The Faculty of Health, Engineering and Science publishes several editions of COHESION Magazine each year, by subscribing to our free mailing list you will be automatically notified when each new edition is published.


Sixty-one per cent of those surveyed in Wanneroo used their park more than once a week.

Parks are important, but ‘useable’ parks aid health

They might be green and leafy, but not all parks are created equal, according to a new ECU study that examines the usability of green spaces in suburban Perth. 
Researchers are exploring composite materials and their potential for the world of manufacturing with 3D printers.

Composites open up a new world of 3D printing

The world of manufacturing with 3D printers is about to enter a new phase, as researchers like Associate Professor Laichang Zhang explore the properties and potential of composite materials.
ECU researchers are investigating the benefits of intense aphasia therapy in the earliest stages of recovery post stroke.

Intervention can spell the change in language recovery

Two out of every five who experience stroke suffer from aphasia, affecting their language skills and they struggle to find or express words.


The Faculty has published COHESION Magazine for many years, with many interesting articles highlighting the very varied research undertaken by our researchers. We encourage you to explore our current and past editions.


All enquiries related to COHESION Magazine can be directed to or at (61 8) 6304 3460.

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