A free presentation that will explore cybersecurity issues in wireless medical devices. Wednesday 4 September 2019. Perth CBD.
Another successful event seeing around 120 attendees to our welcome lunch.
In the July school holidays, the Marine Industry School Pathways Program (SPP) and ECU's School of Science ran a three day cybersecurity camp that was supported by WA Cyber Hub and AustCyber.
240 Year 9 students attended an exciting program with inspirational speakers aimed at empowering girls to take up amazing studying opportunities.
The 2019 ATSE Eminent Speaker, Professor Jessica Meeuwig, inspired an engaged audience of ATAR Marine and Biological Science students from local High Schools recently.
During June 2019, some 240 High School students from Years 9 and 10, explored the exciting science happening at ECU.
Jessica was awarded the element Lawrencium on the IUPAC Periodic Table of Younger Chemists.
Members of the Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research (CMER) contribute to safeguarding the health of our estuaries
Congratulations to Masters Candidate Caitlin O’Dea, on receiving award for best student presentation at 2019 Australian Marine Sciences Association (AMSA) conference
CIMCB research presented the Hauge in the Netherlands.
One of our most common beach crabs eats just like a picky two-year-old, according to new research from Edith Cowan University.
A free presentation by ECU's Security Research Institute Director, Professor Craig Valli on the different Honeypot types and how they are capable of capturing attackers. Thursday 18 July 2019
Prof Steve Chapman surprises first year chemistry (SCC1123) students by delivering a lecture on Atomic Structure, Electron Configuration and Periodic Table on the 5th of March.
International colloquium on Impact Assessment a success
Professor Andrew Woodward shares his journey from plants to computers.
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