NUI Galway is to rename itself ‘University of Galway’ in a bid to emphasise its status as a university to an international audience.Photograph: iStock

It was formerly known as Queen’s College Galway and University College Galway. Now, NUI Galway plans to change its name once again this summer. The u(...)

The manner in which Senators are elected has long been the subject of accusations of elitism. Photograph: Alan Betson

There have been fresh calls to expand the number of people who can vote in the Seanad’s university constituencies in the wake of this week’s byelectio(...)

Taoiseach Micheál Martin speaking to media after announcing the funding at Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute in Pearse Street, Dublin, on Wednesday. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Government is to fund dozens of cross-Border research projects to the tune of more than €37 million, on issues ranging from precision cancer medic(...)

53 Mountpleasant Avenue Lower, Ranelagh, Dublin 6.

Since 2017, when 53 Mountpleasant Avenue Lower in Ranelagh was last purchased, it has been transformed from what was four flats with a plastic front d(...)

Richard Sinnott is remembered fondly by those who knew him. File photograph: The Irish Times

Tributes have come for prominent political scientist and elections commentator Prof Richard Sinnott who has died after a long illness. He was an emer(...)

Dublin Castle: The first significant commemorative event of the year will be the handover of the castle to Michael Collins on January 16th, 1922. Photograph: iStock

The year ahead is the most challenging one yet in the Decade of Centenaries as it deals with events which were contested in violence during the Civil (...)

Galway-based medtech company Tympany Medical has raised €3.5 million in a seed investment round. Pictured are Tomás Ó Síocháin, CEO of the Western Development Commission; Liz McGloughlin, CEO of Tympany Medical and Rory O’Callaghan, CTO of Tympany Medical. Photograph: Andrew Downes

Galway-based medtech company Tympany Medical has raised €3.5 million in a seed investment round from backers that include the venture arm of the Mayo (...)

NUI Galway is considering rebranding to ‘University of Galway’ in a bid to emphasise its status as a university to an international audience. Photograph: Patrick Henehan

It was formerly known as Queen’s College Galway and University College Galway. Now, NUI Galway looks set to change its name once again. College autho(...)

Tomás Heneghan claimed the State’s failure to facilitate his registration as an elector was unlawful, unconstitutional and a breach of the European Convention on Human Rights. Photograph: Tom Honan.

The High Court has rejected a University of Limerick graduate’s claim that he should be entitled to a vote in the Seanad Éireann elections under the u(...)

Prof John O’Halloran has served as interim president of UCC since Prof Patrick O’Shea stepped down in July 2020

University College Cork (UCC) has confirmed the appointment of Prof John O’Halloran as the new president of the university in succession to Prof Patri(...)

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