ECU researchers will collaborate with national and international experts in world-first research investigating the impact of digital technology on Australian children.
In world-first research, ECU researchers and an international team of collaborators have accurately quantified the amount of greenhouse gasses – or ‘blue carbon’ – being absorbed and emitted by Australian marine ecosystems.
How do you make people care about the underdog of marine science?
A new systematic review has shed light on the risk factors and prevalence of suicide, self-harm and suicide ideation among Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth.
Western Australia's booming craft beer industry has the potential to attract Chinese 'luxury tourists'. But the key is to provide authentic experiences attached to the product, according to ECU researchers Dr Jun Wen and Professor Sam Huang.
ECU researcher Amanda Gardiner explored the tragic and fascinating history of birth concealment in Australia.
A pair of outstanding ECU researchers have been recognised for their work to reduce the burden of chronic disease.
Edith Cowan University’s emerging filmmakers are exploring the world of stand-up comedy, dealing with dementia, and the consequences for naughty children when Santa becomes unhinged.
Graduation was a family affair for a Perth mother and her two daughters who joined more than 1300 graduates at Edith Cowan University (ECU) graduation ceremonies over the weekend.
Edith Cowan University will further its formidable expertise in cyber security, computer science and digital citizenship with the launch of a new research institute.
Researchers will examine which vegetables can best protect against heart disease thanks to a major grant from the National Health and Medical Research Council.
New research outlines the most important challenges facing coastal ecosystems playing a huge role in offsetting climate change.
ECU's best and brightest were celebrated at the 2019 Vice-Chancellor's Student Awards.
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