Researchers have developed the first snapshot of killer whale numbers and behaviour off the south coast of Western Australia.
Dr Magdalena Wajrak, Senior Chemistry Lecturer, at ECU was recently invited to discuss her approach to creating an engaged online learning community in the current COVID-19 climate, as part of the Microsoft Higher Education Remote Learning Series.
Sonam Wangchuk, ECU Master of Environmental Science student, chosen as STEM Ambassador for recently McGowan Government STEM Campaign – Take2STEM
ECU PhD student, Casper Avenant invites local high school student and current ECU science students, to share in the exciting field and lab work being undertaken with Turtles and Ghost crabs along the stunning WA coastline.
Professor Glenn Hyndes, from the ECU School of Science, gave an inspiring and insightful presentation to Year 12 students entitled: The impact of enhanced greenhouse effect: Marine habitats and coastal communities.
Join us on a journey to Gingin on the Swan Coastal Plain, on land traditionally owned by the Yued group of the Noongar people, to learn about one of the state’s most important environmental research sites. The NCRIS-enabled national research infrastructure at Gingin, including the 15m tall monitoring tower, collects data on changes to the Gnangara groundwater mound—a crucial water resource for Perth—and sheds light on how banksia woodlands are responding to environmental change.
Australian’s attitudes towards surveillance and privacy in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Australian waters have been recognised as key habitats for the future survival of marine mammals.
The Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research (CMER) PhD candidate, Maddy Hoffman, speaks of the trials of undertaking a PhD during a global pandemic
ECU Launches Video Game to Help Adolescents Understand Bare Supermarket Shelves.
Michelle Colgrave describes the role of gluten and proteins in beer, and how food chemists are producing beer minus the gluten found in normal barley-based beers, but which retains flavour and other desirable characteristics.
How high-tech equipment usually reserved for medical research could help brew the perfect pint.
Professor Michelle Colgrave, a researcher based at Edith Cowan University and CSIRO, is using revolutionary protein technology to detect “hidden” gluten and other proteins causing food allergies.
A joint research project conducted by ECU and CSIRO is on track to help develop strains of wheat with reduced allergen potential, following key findings about the proteins responsible for causing non-coeliac wheat sensitivity and bakers asthma.
A new study could offer relief for those who suffer from a wheat allergy or intolerance.
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