Pale ale loving hipsters of the world rejoice, a new ECU research team is bringing cutting edge technology to the world of brewing to make your beer taste better.
Western Australians are ill-informed about the criminal justice system, fuelling a ‘get tough on crime’ mentality that is at odds with how the system actually works.
ECU and WAAPA alumni will take the Perth Fringe World Festival by storm as they join artists from around Australia and the world.
A new ECU research centre is one of only 11 worldwide to be selected by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to study the prevention and treatment of sports injuries and illness.
Researchers will use advanced genome sequencing to track how a deadly bacteria spreads through the community thanks to a major grant.
David Shirley will be the next Executive Dean of the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) at ECU.
Opening hours for future, current and graduating student services will change over the Christmas - New Year break.
Parenting rooms, flexible child care arrangements, dedicated parking bays for staff on the school run and a career advancement scheme are just some of the new initiatives that have resulted in an Athena SWAN Bronze Award for Edith Cowan University (ECU).
The emotional impact of teenagers’ access to online sexual content will be investigated by Edith Cowan University (ECU) in a bid to provide harm reduction strategies.
Aboriginal song traditions, opera for children, extreme metal and the work of historic composer Joseph Haydn are just some of the themes that will be explored at an upcoming music conference at Edith Cowan University.
Understanding gender and generational differences within the Chinese population is key to cashing in on Australia’s biggest tourism market, according to new research from ECU.
It is more socially acceptable for women to be 'handsy' in nightclubs than men, new research has found.
ECU teaching graduates have swept four categories at this year’s WA Education Awards, which recognise the best primary and secondary teachers and schools around the State.
It’s not your typical university – students can be in a museum one day and scaling a climbing wall the next.
A new television program made entirely by ECU postgraduate broadcasting students takes viewers on a journey of Perth’s landmarks and how they fit into today’s history.
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