Tim Harrison wowed over 900 high school students with a "Gases in the Air" chemistry show.
ECU students were invited by Jessica Todd (National winner at AISA Cyber Conference ‘Best STEM Promoter of the Year’) from Kinetic IT to attend their final Women in Technology meet up.
‘Guess Who’ was the theme for the final GPN workshop for the year.
ECU students were invited to present cybersecurity workshops to the local community as part of the CyberWeek celebrations. #Cyberwarriors
ECU will be running a Brewing Short Course at Joondalup Campus, this coming February.
Summer of Cyber - Drones: Application open now for paid R&D of cyber security work over the summer!
Summer of Cyber - Spectrum Watch: Application open now for paid R&D of cyber security work over the summer!
Dr Michelle Ellis discusses inspiring high school students into STEMM areas and how being an Edith Cowan Athena SWAN Advancement Scheme recipient has assisted her work.
The Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research (CMER) staff and postgraduate students recently attended the ECSA57 Conference 2018 and left overflowing with fresh ideas
Evocative and resonant, the call of the Southern Boobook is one of the most distinctive sounds of the Australian bush at night. But as Mike Lohr has discovered, these delightful little owls are disappearing at an alarming rate—and the culprit? Rat poison.
The Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research welcomes Professor Philippe Juneau to ECU
Results from study by PhD student Anna Lafratta published in peer-reviewed scientific journal.
Significant research published by postgraduate students at the Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research (CMER)
More than 200 high school students gave up a day of their spring school holiday to take part in the ECU LabRats Schools Out science program.
Over 2,400 Year 12 students attended the free ATAR revision sessions last week at ECU Joondalup and Bunbury campuses.
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