Professor Mel Ziman shared a very personal story at the launch of this year's Research Week which focused on the barriers that women face when they focus on a career in the sciences.
Practice is the way we improve our skills. But as Professor Craig Speelman will explain in a free public lecture, it also shapes the way we perceive the world.
ECU researchers involved in the science of cycling at the highest levels are gearing up to share their knowledge with Perth cyclists as part of ECU’s Research Week.
Discover the latest in electron science, learn more about the human psyche, and link up with industry experts to get your research out into the community at ECU Research Week 2016.
ECU’s Mount Lawley campus will play host to a number of sessions focusing on research in the Creative Arts and Education, as well as presentations on postgraduate research degree opportunities.
Whether you’re interested in finding out how our research is changing the world, networking with other passionate researchers, or simply want to know more about further study, there is something for everyone at this year's Research Week.
Do you want to make a difference in the world? Not sure of what you want to do after your undergraduate degree? Or are you a working professional looking to advance your career? Come along to ECU Research Week 2016 to find out about how you can pursue further study with a research degree.
Master of Professional Communication student Paul Scott talks to PhD candidate Jesse Fleay about using his study of Cosmology to research how to teach Aboriginal and Torres Island children all about the Cosmos, Milky Way and other star formations.
This year three master by research and four PhD candidates took part in ECU’s final of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition which was run as part of the annual Research Week celebrations.
ECU’s Graduate Research School and Office of Research and Innovation extend congratulations to the winners of the Your Research In A Nutshell competition.
This year Research Week is paying tribute to research staff and students through the 'Faces of ECU Research ' exhibition.
Research Week is getting close! The program of events at the Mount Lawley Campus will have a strong focus on the Arts and Creative Research, with presentations, posters and performances.
The inaugural Research Photography Competition, which aims to showcase some of the exciting research happening at ECU, was held in the lead up to Research Week 2014.