New ECU research has re-ignited the debate concerning the alcohol industry’s role in reducing alcohol-related harms.
The vice-chancellor's of Western Australia's four public universities have issued a joint statement supporting the launch of a national student survey on sexual assault and harassment.
This edition of the fortnightly ECU media newsletter contains experts on paleo diets, Olympic sprinting and milk for school kids.
ECU’s newest performing arts venue also happens to have over a hundred years of history behind it.
This media newsletter to journalists and news desks contains experts on blogging in court, cycling, new Olympic sports and making SMEs more sustainable.
Ahead of the Rio 2016 Olympics, ECU has a variety of experts available for media comment on the topics of doping, elite performance, specific Olympic sports and broadcasting.
New research published in Nature this week has shed light on how the genetic composition of trillions of tiny organisms living on and in our bodies can be incredibly different from person to person and country to country.
The launch of THE LINK website (www.thelink.space) is the first milestone in an ambitious plan to make Joondalup an innovation hub through a new collaboration between local government and the university sector.
Exercise can help reduce depression and anxiety in cancer patients new research has found.
The ECU media newsletter is issued fortnighly to news desks and reporters during semester. This edition includes experts on NAPLAN, an Indigenous treaty and online gaming.
Statement from Edith Cowan University (Acting) Vice-Chancellor Professor Arshad Omari on Mrs Doreen Collyer.
The fortnightly newsletter contains the latest subject experts as well as ECU news and research. This edition includes experts on media mergers, social media bullying & gender terms in the workplace.
The Centre continues to be a success with more than 122,000 consults taking place since opening in September 2014, according to the latest annual report.
Australia's first piano, which arrived on board the Sirius, as part of the First Fleet in 1788, has found a new home at WAAPA.
The double whammy of climate change and habitat loss is threatening the survival of possums in Western Australia’s South West.