School of Science had a number of finalists and a winner at the ACS event.
ECU had a strong presence at the WA Cyber Security Awards and was successful in two categories.
A recent School of Science study tour took 17 security and intelligence students from Perth, Melbourne and Brisbane to the Global Security Exchange (GSX2019), held at Chicago, US.
Priceless family photos and other memories are being lost forever because older Australians don’t know how to preserve their ‘digital legacies’ after death, new research from Edith Cowan University has revealed.
A free presentation featuring guest speaker Peter Bouhlas from the Office of Digital Government WA who will provide a valuable oversight of the program of work for the Cyber Security Unit. Thursday, 17 October 2019. Perth CBD.
In world-first research, ECU researchers and an international team of collaborators have accurately quantified the amount of greenhouse gasses – or ‘blue carbon’ – being absorbed and emitted by Australian marine ecosystems.
New research outlines the most important challenges facing coastal ecosystems playing a huge role in offsetting climate change.
ECU are delighted to be welcoming back to WA, Mr Tim Harrison to deliver his popular and explosive science show.
ECU is once again hosting Mr Tim Harrison, ChemLabs Teachers Fellow from the University of Bristol, UK.
The Edith Cowan Athena SWAN Advancement Scheme continues to celebrates the gender diversity of our staff talent at ECU.
Dr Michelle Ellis acknowledged for her excellence in women mentoring or supporting areas of security.
A free presentation that will explore the benefits and threats brought by integrating artificial intelligence with biometrics. Tuesday 24 September 2019. Perth CBD.
This is one of the first studies to examine the impact of drought and warmer temperatures on living organisms below the ground (known as the soil biota), in biodiverse shrublands in Western Australia, near Eneabba, about 280km north of Perth. These areas are already suffering immense climate-related stress above ground as a result of rising temperatures and longer droughts. This is making these ecosystems extremely vulnerable with many plant species facing likely extinctions in the future.
Climate change affecting the success of endangered species translocations
ECU research has established global guidelines for looking after groundwater supplies and associate ecosystems.
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