Edith Cowan University’s Research Week celebrates our research staff and students and aims to foster creativity and collaboration. Members of the public are invited to discover ECU’s cutting edge research on business, the environment, engineering, education, child health, creative practice, health, security, nutrition, sports science and more...
Learn about our research degrees, admission pathways, scholarships and careers. Be inspired by our current research and creative activity at interactive sessions, presentations, panel discussions and performances and look out for research photography exhibitions and poster displays.
To celebrate the start of Research Week at Joondalup Campus on Monday, 15 September, ECU is throwing open its doors for a series public lectures from some of our top researchers. The topics of the free lectures will range from the latest developments in in-vitro fertilization (IVF) to innovations in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease. Gain knowledge about the health aspects of FIFO work and how these may impact on workers and their family.
Join us at the Research Week Launch at the opening of the Espresso Self 2014 Art Exhibition at Spectrum Project Space on our Mount Lawley Campus.
Come along to our South West Campus on Friday, 19 September to find out what science has been telling the researchers about Alzheimer’s Disease and hear from the new WA Chief Scientist on the importance of science education to rural and regional Australia.
For a full list of events and to register, visit the Research Week website http://www.ecu.edu.au/resea...