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Millions secured for Corncrake conservation efforts in the west

The National Parks and Wildlife service has secured €4.3 million in EU funding for the conservation of the Corncrake in the west of Ireland. Once...

Study finds octopus skin gets more warty the deeper they live

It's commonly accepted that you shouldn't judge someone based on their appearance, but you can tell a lot about an octopus by how warty...

GMIT open evening showcases courses on offer

GMIT is holding an open evening at its Galway campus this week to highlight the wide range of part-time, Springboard+ and flexible courses available...

NUIG students plough the ocean waves aboard the Celtic Explorer

Scientists and students from NUIG's Ryan Institute spent a day on the seas aboard the RV Celtic Explorer for Ocean Sampling Day 2019. Ocean Sampling Day...

Plastic pollution in our oceans even worse for the environment than believed

The pollution of our oceans of oceans by marine litter and microplastics could be having an even worse affect on the environment than previously...

Galway scientist exploring the depths of the Indian Ocean

There are still blank spots on the maps, and Prof Louise Allcock from NUI Galway is tackling that on an expedition to explore the...

NUI Galway plans to demolish fish tank storage facility ruined by fire

NUI Galway is seeking approval to demolish and rebuild part of a marine research facility in Carna that was gutted by fire last year. The...

Three Galway researches presented with awards at Fulbright Irish Awards

Three NUI Galway reseachers were presented with Fulbright Irish Awards for 2018-2019. Rita Donnellan, Jasmine Headlam and Sally McHugh were presented with awards at the Ceremony...

€2.9m iMARL will help detect offshore earthquakes

Galway West TD Sean Kyne said that the announcement of a €2.9 million iMARL marine monitoring infrastructure will allow for the identification of seabed...

NUI Galway at centre of Smart Hydrogen project

A €9 million energy sustainability project, known as GenComm, delivered by NUI Galway and ten European partners has launched the first of its White Papers on Smart...

NUI Galway leads the way forward in renewable gas for trucks

NUI GALWAY and Gas Networks Ireland are leading a new transport revolution, introducing compressed natural gas (CNG) and renewable gas for trucks, vans and...

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