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NUI Galway bacterial infection project awarded €420,000

Almost €420,000 in funding has been awarded to NUI Galway for developing new technology for faster clinical detection and diagnosis of bacterial infections which...

Groundbreaking diabetes research at NUI Galway gets multi-million funding

NUI Galway is spending €1.6 million on training six researchers on therapies with the potential to revolutionise the treatment of Type 1 Diabetes. The DELIVER...

Minister launches fresh programme promoting consent at NUI Galway

Minister of State for Higher Education Mary Mitchell O'Connor has launched a four year research programme at NUI Galway promoting sexual consent. The Active Consent...

NUI Galway opens stem cell research lab in China

NUI Galway is expanding its international collaboration on high end medical research with a stem cell research centre in China jointly run with Hebei Medical...

Comedy gold at NUI Galway with Neil Delamare and David O’Doherty for just €5

TheSudent's Union at NUI Galway is kicking off 2019's comedy offerings in great form with gigs by Neil Delamara and David O'Doherty for just...

NUI Galway and GMIT co-hosting ecology conference

NUI Galway and GMIT will co-host 170 ecologists from around the world this month at a conference to tackle the issues around protecting our...

Nearly two thirds of NUI Galway graduates get high honours degree

Universities are facing claims of inflating grades as 63 percent of stundents at NUI Galway receive a first or upper-second class honours degree. NUI Galway...

NUI Galway startups secure €35 million investment in 2018

It's been a strong year for innovation as startup companies coming out of NUI Galway secured €35 million in investment in 2018. The 36 startup...

‘Bite-sized’ talk on treating brain tumours wins Threesis award at NUI Galway

A quick explanation on how to locate brain tumours using ultrasound was the winner by PhD student James Blackwell was the winner of the 2018...

NUI Galway students helping children develop literacy skills in local schools

Did you know that one in six adults have literacy difficulties in Ireland? Did you know that one in six Irish adults are at...

NUI Galway study wants parents’ input on understanding children

Strange, alien creatures that they are, there's still a lot we can learn about children and how parents can form strong bonds with them. A...

€2.7 million funding announced for NUI Galway’s Irish Language School

€2.7 million in funding has been allocated to NUI Galway’s Irish Language Academy, An tAcadamh. The allocation will provide €900,000 per year for three academic...

NUI Galway fair will showcase options for students to work and travel abroad

With the new year just around the corner, students are already planning how they'll spend next summer. The NUI Galway Working and Travelling Abroad Fair will...

NUI Galway research team solves Darwin’s Dilema, when did animal life first appear?

A group of researchers from NUI Galway have shed new light on a question that plagued Charles Darwin, when did animal life first appear...

Renowned RTÉ broadcaster appointed adjunct Professor at NUI Galway

Well-known RTÉ journalist and broadcaster Sean O’Rourke has been appointed as an Adjunct Professor of  Journalism NUI Galway. O’Rourke, who presents the ‘Today with Sean O’Rourke’ show on RTÉ...

Four NUI Galway researchers in top 1% of world’s most highly cited researchers

Four researchers at NUI Galway are among the top 1% of the world's most highly cited researchers, it has been revealed. Professor Henry Curran, Professor...

NUI Galway historian wins €10,000 non-fiction prize for famine book

An historian based out of NUI Galway's Moore Institute has been awarded the Royal Irish Academy's non-fiction prize for his book on the aftermath...

NUI Galway students raise €6,000 for Movember by jumping in the ocean

A group of six students at NUI Galway broke with the usual Movember trend, and raised €6,000 by jumping in the ocean. The Irish Independent reports that...

NUI Galway Youth Academy receives gift of €250,000 from Merit Medical

The NUI Galway Youth Academy, an outreach programme aimed at 9-12 year olds, has been given a gift of €250,000 over the next six...

NUI Galway admits potential data breach could affect hundreds of students

NUI Galway has confirmed that it suffered a potential data breach after losing a USB stick containing "confidential" information of hundreds of students. The unencrypted...
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