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Australia key to marine mammal conservation

Thursday, 28 May 2020

Australian waters have been recognised as key habitats for the future survival of marine mammals.

Postgraduate Students Interrupted - Research on Lockdown

Tuesday, 26 May 2020 Schools > Science > Research activity > Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research > News and events > Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research > 2020 > 05

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

Friday, 22 May 2020

ECU Launches Video Game to Help Adolescents Understand Bare Supermarket Shelves.

Getting the gluten out of beer, whilst leaving the taste behind

Thursday, 21 May 2020

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.

Deep diving into the science of beer

Thursday, 21 May 2020

How high-tech equipment usually reserved for medical research could help brew the perfect pint.

Protein technology detects hidden gluten

Thursday, 21 May 2020

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.

Researchers develop tools to detect proteins responsible for wheat allergy

Thursday, 21 May 2020

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.

Wheat allergy, intolerance breakthrough could see harmful proteins bred out of varieties

Thursday, 21 May 2020

A new study could offer relief for those who suffer from a wheat allergy or intolerance.

New $35 million research centre to unlock the power of proteins

Thursday, 21 May 2020

Edith Cowan University researchers will work with a team of national and international experts to unlock the potential of proteins and peptides – the essential building blocks of life - within Australian flora and fauna.

Prize giving award ceremony celebrates success

Friday, 08 May 2020 Schools > Science > News and events > School of Science > 2020 > 03

Another successful year that saw many of our high achieving students receive a prize.

Tuning into dolphin chatter could boost conservation efforts

Thursday, 23 April 2020

Researchers from ECU and Curtin University have moved an important step closer to using sound rather than sight to track individual dolphin activity which could have significant implications for conservation of dolphin communities around the world.

Congratulations to PhD candidate, Mr Casper Avenant

Thursday, 09 April 2020 Schools > Science > Research activity > Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research > News and events > Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research > 2020 > 04

PhD student, Mr Casper Avenant, recently secured the Holsworth Wildlife Research Endowment Grant to support his research

Warming and Higher Rainfall Could Be a Recipe for Phytoplankton Success

Monday, 06 April 2020

Findings of recent study suggests evolutionary adaptation of Australian marine phytoplankton may buffer un-favourable response to climate change.

New HDR students for 2020

Monday, 06 April 2020 Schools > Science > Research activity > Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research > News and events > Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research > 2020 > 04

Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research (CMER) newest members eager to begin their research journey in marine ecology.

School of Science Get Connected Careers Fair 2020

Friday, 27 March 2020 Schools > Science > News and events > School of Science > 2020 > 03

The 2020 Get Connected Careers Fair had another great turn out with over 180 of our students networking with over 100 industry representatives to discuss graduate and career opportunities.

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