Mary Shire

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<USTEMPLATES>The collaboration emerged following an EU-wide call to reduce carbon emissions associated with aviation. Photograph: Getty Images

An initiative to develop biofuel in Ireland suitable for use in aviation has been announced by the University of Limerick and a Dutch company which is(...)

Dr Mary Shire, vice-resident research, University of Limerick: “We do need to diversify to protect our economy moving forward.” Photograph: Sean Curtin

Limerick’s growing start-up community is hoping that recent announcements will help strengthen the city’s attractiveness as a location for fledgling e(...)

Dr Mary Shire: ‘We want to develop a critical mass of researchers.’

The newly established Health Research Institute (HRI) at the University of Limerick (UL) brings together a multi-disciplinary range of researchers wit(...)

Attendees at the “Limerick for IT” event try out some cool technologies, including the Oculus Rift virtual reality 3D Headset system.

The University of Limerick (UL) has been collaborating with industry, other education providers, and local authorities to help provide the skills requ(...)

Dr Mary Shire, vice president research, University of Limerick. Photograph:  Sean Curtin

The University of Limerick (UL) has a long track-record of excellence in manufacturing industry collaboration. This is reflected in its success in est(...)

Professor Helena Lenihan of University of Limerick’s Kemmy Business School. Photograph: Sean Curtin.

The University of Limerick is pioneering a new approach to evaluating research which focuses on assessing its impacts in the world beyond academia. Un(...)

Dr Mary Shire, Taoiseach Enda Kenny, Prof Don Barry and Prof Kieran Hodnett at the official launch of the Bernal Project at UL last week.photograph: alan place

Ireland could become recognised as a global leader for research in a range of scientific disciplines as a result of a new initiative just announced by(...)

Byrne Looby Partners, which worked on the Aviva Stadium project in Dublin, is to create 25 jobs at its Irish offices and a further 25 overseas.

It was a good day for jobs yesterday with the announcement of more than 340 new positions around the country.A €52 million science and engineering ini(...)