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NUI Galway’s CÚRAM medical devices centre awarded over €46 million

NUI Galway's groundbreaking CÚRAM Medical Devices Research Centre has been awarded €46.37 million in funding to keep its cutting edge research going for the...

Three Galway start ups flourishing in 2021 with 30 new jobs

Three Galway start ups in the the medtech and and tech sectors in Galway are starting off 2021 strong, creating 30 new jobs here...

Galway senator meets Tánaiste over ‘urgent need’ for investment in West

A Galway senator has met with An Tánaiste Leo Varadkar for an update on the potential for investment in the east of the county. Senator...

Boston Scientific & CÚRAM collaborate for Teachers in Residence 2020 Programme

Boston Scientific and CÚRAM, the SFI Research Centre for Medical Devices based at NUI Galway, are collaborating on their innovative Teachers in Residence Programme...

Galway made wipes can remove 99.9% of coronavirus from human skin

A novel type of decontamination wipe developed by a Galway company removes 99.99% of coronavirus from human skin a new study claims. Aquila Bioscience, an...

Free training programmes aimed at people who have lost jobs due to COVID

Galway Executive Skillnet have created two new free training programmes to help people who have lost their jobs due to COVID-19 get back into...

Galway engineers help to develop emergency ventilator for developing world

Engineers at Boston Scientific in Galway have helped to develop an emergency ventilator that can be used in the developing world. The engineers helped the...

Australian Head of Mission to Ireland praises Galway’s cultural strengths

The Head of Mission for Australia praised Galway as a "lesson to the world" in balancing protecting and promoting the arts alongside encouraging business...

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...

NUIG Biomedical Engineer named as ‘visionary’ in list of Innovators Under 35

A Biomedical Engineer at NUI Galway has been named as one of ten global visionaries in MIT Technology Review’s prestigious annual list of Innovators...

New GMIT Masters brings together Engineering and Design

A collaboration between the schools of Engineering, Business, and Design & Creative Arts at GMIT has produced a groundbreaking new postgraduate course launching this...

Seven NUIG projects to respond to coronavirus emergency

Seven new NUI Galway projects have been announced today to respond to the COVID-19 emergency. The projects, announced by by Minister Heather Humphreys TD, are...

GMIT volunteers making ventilators and vital PPE

Though teaching and much other college activity has come to a halt during the Covid-19 pandemic, staff at GMIT are still hard at work...

Galway team create system that lets two people be treated with one ventilator simultaneously

Researchers in Galway have designed a new ventilation system that allows two patients to be treated at once using just a single ventilator. In what...

Objections to Galway ring road dropped by NUIG and Boston Scientific

Both Boston Scientific and NUI Galway have dropped their objections to the proposed N6 Galway City Ring Road. An oral hearing on the 18km...

Galway companies awarded €36.5 million to create disruptive technologies

Seven projects with Galway based partners have been awarded €36.5 million from the Disruptive Technologies Fund this year. Minister for Business, Enterprise, and Innovation Heather...

Craughwell apprentice wins student of the year prize at GMIT

This article was originally posted with an incorrect banner image. Declan Hynes, an Apprentice Technician at Boston Scientific, has won Student of the Year at...

Start-up support programme extended in Galway by popular demand

A new initiative helping people in Galway interested in establishing their own start-up company has been extended due to the high level of interest. The...

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...

Amazing turnout at Women’s Enterprise Day event

There was an impressive turnout for a National Women’s Enterprise Day event in the city to empower women across the West in pursuing their...

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