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Energy and Environment Researchers in Ireland

        Dr Sergei Lebedev  Dr Sergei Lebedev and his team at the Dublin Institute of Advances Studies (DIAS) are exploring how the Earth’s tectonic…

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Agriculture Research in Ireland

   Professor Daniel Bradley Prof Daniel Bradley’s genetic research into disease susceptibility in cattle has helped to shape national breeding strategies.…

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Sports Research in Ireland

  Dr Brendan Marshall Dr Brendan Marshall received his PhD in Sports Biomechanics from Dublin City University and worked as a member of the Sports Medicine…

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Lifestyle research in Ireland

  Professor Fiona Newell Heading up the Multisensory Cognition Group at the Trinity College Dublin, Prof Fiona Newell and her group are investigating…

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Women in STEM and their unique careers

    Niamh Kavanagh Niamh Kavanagh, a researcher at IPIC, the Irish Photonics Integration Centre, was named the national winner of the FameLab 2016 competition…

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Health Researchers in Ireland

  Professor Paul Moynagh Researchers, led by Prof Paul Moynagh, in the Institute of Immunology at NUI Maynooth are identifying new proteins in our bodies…

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Tech Researchers in Ireland

 Prof Michael O'Neill Prof Michael O'Neill, a Principal Investigator with Lero - the Science Foundation Ireland Software Research Centre, has conducted…

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SFI Researchers of the Year take the global view for mother-and-baby health

  Every single human on planet Earth has one thing in common: we are all the result of a pregnancy. But for some, the journey of pregnancy and birth are…

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New CÚRAM Project to merge art with science

New CÚRAM Project to merge art with science

CÚRAM, the Centre for Research in Medical Devices, has been awarded funding for the Chimera Art and Science Project. The NUI Galway based project, will…

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Software research expands in Ireland

Software research expands in Ireland

When software works well, we don’t notice it. We don’t see it controlling medical devices and making our online shopping ‘happen’. But when software doesn’t…

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