There's a lot more we can be doing to help the best and brightest students achieve their potential according to Dr Eileen Slater.
Volunteers are needed for a study that will examine the experiences and consequences for women who have been victims of image-based abuse.
Many Indigenous students from remote areas overcome unique challenges to attend boarding school, and in doing so, reap clear benefits including employability, access to positive social networks and an improved sense of empowerment according to new ECU research.
A blood test that can detect melanoma in its early stages has been developed by ECU's Melanoma Research Group.
Stretching doesn't improve athletic performance, but it may provide psychological benefits new research has found.
People with Huntington's disease will be able to independently undertake therapy thanks to a major grant.
How can a tiny Quenda help save towering Tuarts? It's all in the diet...
ECU researchers will be part of a multi-million dollar research project aimed at improving the health system of Fiji to combat deadly waterborne diseases.
Professor David Suter has joined ECU’s School of Science as a Professorial Research Fellow in the area of computer vision and machine learning.
A new lab that aims to help people who have suffered neurological damage get moving again has been set up in Joondalup.
People diagnosed with a deadly form of cancer will no longer face the prospect of having a needle inserted into their eye thanks to a new blood test.
Projects that will improve WA school kids’ skills in fractions and their knowledge of cyber security have won ECU two prestigious technology excellence awards.
Bone density scans that are routinely performed to identify the risk of fractures could also give and early warning for heart attacks and strokes new research has found.
Edith Cowan University has played a key role in attracting two UK-based, world-leading researchers to WA to boost the State’s capabilities in the area of phenomics.
The families of methamphetamine users are an untapped resources that could aid in their treatment and recovery a new discussion paper argues.
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