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Funding earmarked to build Marine Institute’s new state of the art research ship

Funding has been earmarked in Budget 2021 for the construction of a new state of the art marine research ship which will be based...

NUIG develops ‘JediGlove’ to help people with sight problems sense objects

Researchers at NUI Galway has developed a new bit of technology they call the JediGlove to help people with a visual impairment find things...

€1,000 prize up for grabs in ReelLIFE Science film competition

Young people enthusiastic about science have an opportunity to support their school or youth group in the ReelLIFE Science film competition, on a topic...

Galway enterprises shortlisted for sustainable energy awards

Glasport Bio, NUI Galway, and Boston Scientific are among the shortlisted finalists in the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland Energy Awards 2020. The annual awards recognise...

Galway Aquarium leading effort to foster an ‘Ocean Literate’ generation

Galway Atlantaquaria, Ireland's national aquarium, is leading a nationwide effort to teach the next generation about the importance of the ocean, and its influence...

Three NUIG medtech startups win Health Innovation Hub awards

Three NUI Galway startups are among the big winners this year of Health Innovation Hub Ireland’s nationwide competition for innovative medtech solutions to healthcare...

Galway companies awarded over €10 million to develop groundbreaking medical technologies

Over €10 million in government funding has been awarded to Galway companies partnering with NUIG research teams to develop groundbreaking medical technologies.Three projects aimed...

Three young filmmakers win prizes in National Science Video Competition

Three one-minute films have been selected as the best science videos produced at home by young filmmakers in NUI Galway's ReelLIFE SCIENCE @ HOME competition.More...

Underwater earthquakes and whale songs – Atlantic seismometers return to Galway

The groaning of the earth in underwater earthquakes and the the songs of great baleen whales in the North Atlantic are some of the...

Drug free chronic pain treatment from Galway researchers wins €1 million prize

A team of Galway based researchers who have developed a novel, drug free treatment for chronic pain have won €1 million to further their...

Galway pharma company signs deal to advance new cancer therapy

The Galway based pharma company ONK Therapeutics could advance cancer treatments with a new deal which will help bring their novel therapy to the...

Galway’s Marine Institute helps thread the tangled Food Web of the Irish Sea

Almost everyone has heard of the concept of the food chain, at the very least just to use it in some...
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Coronavirus: No deaths and just 5 COVID cases in Galway

There have been been 252 new cases of COVID-19 reported by the Department of Health today, but no further deaths due to the disease.Of...

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While people are waiting to see when they will be able to enjoy a night out again, Galway's stylish Hyde Bar are helping people...

Two leading retailers come together for Breast Cancer Research

Two of Galway’s leading retailers have come together to help locally-based charity, the National Breast Cancer Research Institute. Brown Thomas and Hartmann’s Jewellers have partnered...

Rare chance to own a house in a popular city neighbourhood

This spacious house in Taylor’s Hill, Galway is an unmissable opportunity to snatch up a property in one of the most attractive and sought...