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Efforts to recover the bodies of some of those killed in the volcanic eruption on White Island, New Zealand on Monday are ongoing. Photograph: AP

Irish doctor Deirdre Seoighe was on maternity leave with her three-month-old baby Ruadhán when New Zealand’s White Island volcano erupted on Monday, k(...)

The Royal College of Surgeons Ireland (RCSI) has been formally authorised to use the title of ‘university’ for the first time in 235 years. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The Royal College of Surgeons Ireland (RCSI) has been formally authorised to use the title of “university” for the first time in 235 years. The insti(...)

Minister for  Innovation Heather Humphreys  with Lucia Garcia, postdoc research fellow,  UCD

A new cancer research collaboration aims to bring about better diagnostics, personalised treatment and faster drug discovery and development. Precisi(...)

Devenish chief executive Richard Kennedy.

Richard Kennedy is about to tuck into a salad when I arrive for our interview at a business park in the shadow of Belfast’s former industrial behemoth(...)

Open days provide you with an opportunity to gauge the atmosphere, location  and services of your potential place of learning.

Carlow College, St Patrick's When is open day?  November 14th, from 12-4pm with an evening session from 5-7pm.  Tour the campus, meet staff(...)

Artist’s impression of the €90 million redevelopment of a block in the Ardilaun Centre on St Stephen’s Green in Dublin

The Royal College of Surgeons Ireland (RCSI) has agreed a €40 million loan with the European Investment Bank (EIB) to part-fund the development of its(...)

RCSI dental faculty says legislative changes are needed ensure that dentists are trained

The Government’s new oral health policy is “fundamentally flawed” and cannot work in the absence of changes to the way dentists are trained, the State(...)

Over 90 per cent of those authorised for medical cannabis in the United States are recreational users, according to author Alex Berenson. Photograph: iStock

The legalisation and sale of medical cannabis in some US states and in Canada has led to much higher recreational use of cannabis without scientific p(...)

The legalisation of cannabis as a recreational drug in some US states has led to an increase in driving incidents and psychiatric admissions,  says Alex Berenson.

The Government has been urged to “stand up for science” by rejecting the notion that cannabis can be considered a medicine. “Governments don’t have t(...)

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland building  at St Stephen’s Green. Its Bahrain campus has 1,300 students. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The Medical Council has been urged to take human rights concerns into account in the forthcoming process of accreditation of the Royal College of Surg(...)

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