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By Fergal O'Keeffe
A project born to life in Galway to reduce its customers’ carbon footprint by one gigaton by 2030 has been awarded the prestigious title of Engineering Endeavour of 2020 by Engineers Ireland and ESB.
IT IS 1975. Second wave feminism is in full flow, and a young woman, with dreams of becoming an artist, puts a failed relationship behind her and travels to Italy.
Renault is leading the Irish and European electric vehicle market sales with 95,985 units sold year-to-date to end November 2020.
NUI Galway has been awarded almost €700,000 in funding for three research projects as part of a coordinated Covid-19 Rapid Response Research, Development, and Innovation programme.
The camaraderie and community that is at the heart of the Latin Quarter is what has sustained John Deely of Story tailors throughout the past year.
As the festive season fast approaches, the Athlone branch of the Knights of St Columbanus formally unveiled their inaugural Christmas crib within the surrounds of the organisation’s courtyard in St Mary’s Place, on Friday afternoon last.
IT IS 1975. Second Wave Feminism is in full flow and a young woman, escaping a failed relationship, travels to Italy to make her dream of becoming an artist a reality.
A team of researchers from NUI Galway are among a consortium which has won a competitive international research funding award of €1.38 million under the JPI Climate SOLSTICE initiative to explore how young people across Europe experience the climate crisis.
NUI Galway coordinates ‘first in man’ clinical trial of pioneering guidance for heart bypass surgery
A new approach to the guidance, planning and conducting of heart bypass surgery is being tested on patients for the first time in a clinical trial coordinated by a high-level research team at NUI Galway.