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Overview

ECU’s Office of Research and Innovation plays a key role in building the university’s research profile.

The Office provides services to support and encourage our research community, including administration of external and internal research funding schemes, data collection, management and reporting, exploring commercialisation opportunities, industry liaison and promotion of research achievements.

Research journey

The research journey web pages will guide you through the six stages of a typical research project – from looking for funding opportunities, to publishing your work.

The stages are:

  • Getting started;
  • Sourcing funding;
  • Completing pre-research award tasks;
  • Managing your research award;
  • Completing your project; and
  • Knowledge transfer.

News and events

Mentoring as a tool against African youth crime

Monday, 08 October 2018

Peer mentoring programs may prevent crime and violence among African youth, according to the early findings of new ECU research.

Lawyers have unhealthy concerns about weight

Thursday, 04 October 2018

An obsession with their body weight and shape could be contributing to the elevated stress levels of lawyers and law students, according to new research.

Research funding

There are many sources of research funding available both in Australia and overseas. Discover where to look for funding, the various types available and detailed information on how to apply and the resources available.

Our services

The Office of Research and Innovation provides support for researchers in a wide range of areas, including:

  • Research development advice;
  • Research ethics;
  • Professional development; and
  • Contract management.

Research performance

ECU is committed to undertaking high-quality research which has strong social, economic, environmental and cultural impact.

To monitor achievement of these goals, research performance data are collected and collated for internal and external reporting purposes, for example HERDC and ERA.

This data also informs the internal research performance scheme, ASPIRE, which rewards research activity and quality.

Commercialisation

The Office of Research and Innovation’s Commercialisation team assists researchers to assess their inventions for commercial potential, providing guidance on intellectual property protection and the process of translating a research outcome into a marketable product or service.

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