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€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...

Students at NUIG have to sign ‘community promise’ in September

Every student and member of staff at NUI Galway will have to sign a new 'community promise' as part of the University’s Covid-19 response...

Young people in with a chance to win €1,000 with ReelLIFE SCIENCE

Young people with a love of science, filmaking, or both could be in with a chance to win €1,000 for their school or organisation...

NUI Galway awarded €175,000 for science engagement initiatives

NUI Galway has been awarded €175,000 for five initiatives that aims to improve public engagement and education about science. The funding from Science Foundation Ireland’s...

Ambitious Galway-based project aims to get teenagers moving

A new project based in Galway is aiming to get teenagers moving at school by linking PE with science. CÚRAM - based at NUI Galway...

NUIG academic receives Mayo Clinic award for contributions to medicine

Professor Timothy O'Brien from NUI Galway has received the prestigious Mayo Clinic award for his contributions to the field of medicine. The Mayo Clinic in...

Free public talk and short film screening to take place on World Stroke Day

A public talk and short film screening will be hosted by Croí, the heart and stroke charity, on Tuesday -World Stroke Day. The free event,...

Health Innovation Hub supporting medical start ups in Galway

A new Health Innovation Hub which has officially opened in Galway is supporting start-ups and expanding businesses in the medical sector. Minister for Employment and...

Medtech startup awarded €50,000 for device treating leg ulcers

The Galway medtech startup FeelTect has been awarded €50,000 to help develop their wearable device for treating venous leg ulcers. The Tight Alright device is...

‘Superb and engaging’ documentary wins International Festival Award

Galway film A Tiny Spark has been awarded Best Medical Short at Sci On! Film Festival in Nevada. The film which is the most recent produced...

NUIG awarded $300,000 from Michael J Fox foundation for Parkinson’s Disease research

A research team at NUI Galway has received €300,000 from the Michael J Fox Foundation to develop a new brain repair treatment for Parkinson's...

NUIG leading €3.9 million hunt for multiple sclerosis treatments

Researchers at NUIG are leading a European consortium seeking new treatments for multiple sclerosis. The €3.9 million project aims to work with researchers from Denmark,...

Soapbox Science returns to the streets of Galway

The third annual Soapbox Science from NUIG is coming back to the streets of Galway this weekend. Soapbox Science is a novel global public outreach...

Galway childcare providers awarded €600,000

Early Learning and School Age Childcare providers in Galway have been awarded almost €600,000 in grant funding announced this week. Children's Minister Katherine Zappone said...

NUIG scientist creates bioengineered stent invisible to the immune system

A scientist at NUI Galway has developed a new state of the art cardiovascular stent bioengineered to avoid triggering the body's immune system. Prof Gerard...

Conference on the economics of medical devices in Galway

A conference on the future of medical devices and an economic analysis of their development will take place in Galway next week. The Health Economic...

Open call to filmmakers for 2019 Science on Screen competition

CÚRAM Medical Devices Research Centre is holding an information night for filmmakers who'd like to take part in the 2019 Science on Screen competition. Science...

Lower back pain in the sights of €15 million research project

Researchers from Galway are taking part in a €15 million project targeting lower back pain. CÚRAM Medical Devices Research Centre at NUIG is one of...

Galway leading €1.7 million project creating smart tech for heart health

Galway's premiere medical devices centre CÚRAM is taking part in a €1.7 million project to create new smart technologies for heart repair. This tripartite heart...

Galway joins multi-million programme for high-risk medtech

The CÚRAM Medical Devices Research Centre in Galway is taking part in a European programme to help high-risk medtech get to the market. Two pressing...

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