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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...

New STEM building for GMIT going to tender in early 2021

A state of the art new STEM building for GMIT has achieved another important stepping stone towards completion, with the project going to tender...

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...

NUIG student is youngest ever winner of Mary Mulvihill media award

NUIG student James Hayes has been named the 2020 winner of the €2,000 Mary Mulvihill Award, a science media competition for third level students. Seventeen...

Galway’s CÚRAM medical devices centre helps primary school kids practice mad science at home

Galway's CÚRAM Research Centre for Medical Devices is helping primary school teachers trying to keep their students engaged while teaching online with a range...

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...

Incredible health scientist shortlisted for European Young Researcher Award

NUIG's Elaine Toomey, a scientist dedicated to improving the quality of health research, has been shortlisted for the Euroscience European...

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.

Share your love of science with FameLab Galway

NUIG is once again calling for scientists and science enthusiasts to share their love of any topic with audiences at FameLab Galway. FameLab is the...

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...

NUIG’s Centre for Pain Research wins multiple awards for groundbreaking work

The Centre for Pain Research at NUIG had a clean sweep of awards at the annual meeting of the Irish Pain Society, winning prizes...

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...

NUI Galway hosting Ireland’s first Open Science Week

NUI Galway is hosting Ireland's first Open Science Week to showcase the best in scientific research and education that is accessible to all without...

Four Galway science education projects aim to reach 100,000 people

Four Galway based projects have been awarded funding worth over €400,000 to achieve their goal of getting 100,000 people engaged with...

Scientists to battle it out on stage at FameLab Galway

Scientists and science enthusiasts will take to the stage to fight for their topic of choice next week at the Galway...

New toolkit will teach school kids nationwide about environmental science

A new science toolkit will be delivered to 300 classrooms in primary schools around Ireland to teach kids about environmental science. 'Spikey’s Journey: an Exploration Box'...
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