Research projects using exercise to improve cancer treatments in prostate, breast and bone cancers have received funding from the Cancer Council WA.
New research suggests poor sleep and particular genetic variations in AQP4 proteins increases amyloid in the brain and potentially raises your risk of Alzheimer's disease.
A new review finds that most people who self-harm do it to relieve emotional distress.
The Western Australian mining boom added $4.8 billion to the state’s dining industry between 2004 and 2015, Edith Cowan University (ECU) research has found.
Improving how we teach very young children, the design of wheelchairs and ‘eccentric’ exercise were all topics covered in the Three Minute Thesis competition held as part of Research Week 2017.
Connections and collaborations are essential to the development of research that makes a real difference to the world around us.
The ECU Nutrition Research Team lead by Professor Amanda Devine and Dr Claus Christophersen have recently translated their research showing benefits of eating resistant starch into a 14 day menu that was featured by Shalin on ABC TV Ask the Doctor, and have now created a cookbook.
A new maths game developed by ECU and St Stephen's School has improved primary school students’ knowledge of fractions by more than 10 per cent over their classmates according to new research.
Walking down stairs can help prevent diabetes new research has found.
Researchers have examined whether ethical supervisors could have a positive influence on the behaviour of their students.
Soils containing even small amounts of metals are more likely to contain strains of antibiotic resistant bacteria, according to new research from Edith Cowan University.
Grandparents who care for their grandchildren live up to a five years longer than those who don’t according to new research from Edith Cowan University.
Principal Supervisor Accreditation Program (PSAP) participants are completing their portfolios, with the hope of becoming principal supervisors in 2017.
With only a handful of examples of this antique synthesiser left in the world, a WAAPA research student decided to build her own.
PhD Candidate Michael Lohr wants to know why Australian boobook owls are disappearing. Watch the video to find out how he’s trying to stop their decline.
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