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Knowledge STEMs from curiosity: Science Week’s 25th anniversary

Knowledge STEMs from curiosity: Science Week’s 25th anniversary

Geneva Pattison Now, perhaps more than ever, we are living, breathing and celebrating science in all its various forms. This year has seen the world looking to scientists for guidance, advice and hope for a better future. November 8th to […]

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Government announces new COVID-19 research projects

The Government has announced 26 new COVID-19 research and innovation projects to complement existing third-level research activity. Projects will address key areas such as frontline healthcare, diagnostics, infection control, contact tracing, mental health, potential treatments, and management of the mitigation […]

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Protective shields for frontline workers

BY online editor I-Form, the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Research centre for for Advanced manufacturing is using its experience in 3D printing to provide PPE to frontline staff working at the health service across Dublin. Since last Friday, 27th March […]

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UCD in the running for five KTI awards

University College Dublin, through NovaUCD and ConsultUCD, has received five nominations for this year’s  Knowledge Transfer Ireland (KTI) Impact Awards. UCD and Glanbia have been shortlisted for the Collaborative Research Impact Award for the AgriChemWhey project. This project is focused […]

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Dr Niamh Shaw talks bees and space

Dermot Carmody Dr Niamh Shaw will give a “talk for grown ups” on beekeeping and bees’ importance in the ecosystem at The Ark in Eustace Street on November 17th. The event is part of Science Week, which runs from the […]

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