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Laura O’Connor and Eleonora Fetter with two of the purple bikes that are part of the new cycle-sharing scheme in Galway.

Smart staff and students are adapting to “intelligent” bikes within NUI Galway (NUIG) this week as the university initiates the first cycle-sharing sc(...)

‘What we are doing in the universities is to support those people in developing solutions to challenges which are coming down the line,’ says Prof Kieran Hodnett

When most of us think about medicines, it is the finished products that come to mind: the shiny tablets or capsules that come in jars and packets. We(...)

Likely to be low turnout in Seanad referendum. Photograph: Alan Betson.

On Monday night in Dublin, the NUI Galway alumni association convened a public debate on the future of the Seanad. Two of its graduates argued the tos(...)

Jurassic Park was based on the notion that vital DNA evidence could be trapped in fossils, which is in fact the case

Scientists have become time travellers by finding new ways to recreate conditions from the past, sometimes using techniques that sound more like scien(...)

At the announcement of the collaboration between Connacht Rugby and NUI Galway were players Craig Carke, Connacht Rugby, Robbie Henshaw, Conor Finn, Pat Lam Connacht Head Coach, Dr Jim Browne NUI Galway President and Ciaran Fitzgerald, former Lions, Ireland and Connacht Captain, and NUI Galway Alumnus, John Muldoon, Eoin McKeon and Gavin Duffy. ©INPHO/James Crombie

Connacht Rugby and NUI Galway are joining forces to promote sporting and academic excellence.Recognised as one Ireland’s leading universities, NUI Gal(...)

 Minister of State for Health Alex White told the conference that the Government was committed to a phased universal GP service, and he hoped to “make a good start on this vital project, perhaps as early as in the Budget, due to be announced in mid-October”.

If the Government is committed to universal primary care, public health nursing should be represented on its project team, according to the Institute (...)

The 12-passenger rigid inflatable boat being used for the twice-daily water taxi service linking Ballyvaughan, Co Clare, to Galway.

Weather permitting, a new water taxi service linking Clare to Galway will leave Ballyvaughan pier this morning on the first day of its two-week trial (...)

Alan Phelan: “I found most start-ups had limited management experience and were generally selling out very early to multinationals. As a result, Ireland is not ending up with enough technology companies of a decent size.”

In 2005, Carrick-on-Shannon born Alan Phelan and his business partner, Seán McKeague, sold their UK-based telecommunications company for £20.7 million(...)

Dr Frank Barry, scientific director of Remedi, with postgraduate student Gemma Rooney in the cell culture laboratory at the regenerative medicine institute, NUI Galway. Photograph: Aengus McMahon

A scientist at NUI Galway has described new research in Austria as “extraordinarily exciting”, suggesting that it could lead to growing replacement br(...)

 Alex White TD, Minister of State at the Department of Health with responsibility for Primary Care, with Anne Corridan, president of the Institute of Community Health Nursing at the   International Public Health Nursing Conference in Galway yesterday. Photograph: Mike Shaughnessy

It took 20 years for research aimed at preventing cot deaths to be put into practice, and the volume of medical research now being published could mak(...)

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