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Dr Karen Doyle, a neuroscientist with Cúram, who is based at Galway Neuroscience Centre in NUI Galway. Photograph: NUI Galway

A Tiny Spark, the most recent film produced through the Science on Screen project,has been awarded best medical short at Sci On! Film Festival in Neva(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe said earlier this week that the Government will have to make a judgment call ahead of budget day on the most likely Brexit scenario, even as it plans in the meantime for both

Vacant development sites should be taxed more aggressively and loopholes being used by landowners closed to cut the cost of building homes and spur su(...)

IBM-Cúram had always denied any wrongdoing in the case, and the settlement without admitting liability allows the company to avoid further expensive litigation and draw a line under the matter. Photograph: Getty Images

IBM has agreed a deal with US government authorities to pay almost $15 million (€13.4 million) to settle a case over the involvement of its Irish Cúra(...)

Dr Manus Biggs: “My lab in Galway will develop the biomaterials for the devices, and we will collect data about how they perform in a biological environment.”

You are starting a new project to make smart biological sensors to monitor ailing hearts and blood-vessels, what does that involve? We are developing(...)

The development of genetic sequencing and the discovery and use of biomarkers has now given clinicians new tools to apply this personalised approach. Photograph: iStock

Research in Ireland is advancing progress in personalised and targeted medicines, particularly in the area of oncology, which leads to better treatmen(...)

The fiercely competitive nature of global business means that companies, especially those in the multinational medical and tech sectors, must invest in research and development to stay relevant in an ever-changing corporate sector. Photograph: iStock

Innovate or die. The fiercely competitive nature of global business means that companies, especially those in the multinational medical and tech secto(...)

When it comes to research and development, Ireland is investing less than the EU average. Photograph: iStock

When it comes to research and development, Ireland is investing less than the EU average. And yet many sectors are forging ahead with R&D. So who (...)

Graphene, the world’s thinnest material, responds to electrical stimuli such as those from nerves, the spinal cord, heart, brain and muscles

Irish researchers have developed a new “biomaterial” capable of regenerating tissue and eliminating infections, especially those arising in hospital s(...)

The Cúram centre in NUIG has a particular focus on tackling chronic illnesses

Galway has copperfastened its position as the hub for medical device companies in Ireland with the opening yesterday of a €68 million research centre,(...)

Prof Abhay Pandit: “I want people in rural villages in Ireland to know what Cúram does.”

New treatments for Parkinson’s disease, back pain, diabetes-related wounds, and a range of neurodegenerative disorders, metabolic syndromes and inflam(...)

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