Reconstructing the past to help develop future management strategies
The South West Mathematics Association in association with Edith Cowan University, Bunbury Campus, hosted a Women in STEM event, showcasing the role mentors can play in developing awareness of the advantages of STEM in future careers for women.
On the evening of 23, August, prospective students and their parents were invited to a science showcase evening, highlighting the exciting opportunities available to them at ECU.
As part of the launch of national science week, Team ECU attended the Perth Science Festival at the Claremont Showgrounds in Perth.
Ballajura physics and maths students experience real world application of STEM
Girls Programming Network (GPN) tackles the National Computer Science School (NCSS) Challenge
How can a tiny Quenda help save towering Tuarts? It's all in the diet...
Humans and endangered native species could be at risk from potentially deadly rat poisons according to new research from ECU.
Researchers from Edith Cowan University have discovered four new species of tiny, blind crustaceans in aquifers beneath the Pilbara Region in remote Western Australia.
Two of the Centre for Ecosystem Management's students, Emily Lette and Melissa Karlinski, have received awards for their presentations at an international and national conference, respectively. They did a fantastic job of representing both the CEM and the School of Science.
ECU’s Dr Kathryn McMahon a leading expert in providing community online resource on our unique Southwest region
Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research (CMER) publication highlights impact of flexibility on flow and mixing in wave-dominated conditions.
Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research PhD student, Chanelle Webster, was awarded the Curt Teichert Memorial Award for her research on seagrass resilience.
CMER’s annual 2 day retreat held recently was enjoyed by all.
ECU School of Science was delighted to host the WA Scientist of the Year 2016 and Curtin Distinguished Professor Kingsley Dixon, for an inspiring and fascinating lecture entitled, The Biodiversity Wonderland of WA
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