REMEDI PhD student Eanna Connaughton was awarded the MMI Medal for his work at the recent MMI Education & Training Annual Scientific Meeting.
NUI Galway recently hosted the first UniStem Day event to take place in Ireland, which took place on Friday, 14th March.
Students Win First and Second Poster Prizes at 9th Annual Irish Cytometry Society Meeting 2014
The Centre for Cell Manufacturing Ireland (CCMI) at NUI Galway is the first ever facility on the island of Ireland to receive a licence from the Irish Medicines Board to manufacture culture-expanded stem cells for human use.
The taught M.Sc in Regenerative Medicine at NUI Galway graduated it’s 100th student this Tuesday.
After much deliberation from the Special Guest Judges, as part of Science Week 2013, the Top Three videos at Primary School level have been announced.
In last week's issue, REMEDI Scientific Director Frank Barry spoke about his work to create a new stem cell therapy for arthritis to the Connacht Tribune newspaper.
Featuring beautiful hand-drawn animations and interviews with leading stem cell scientists, STEM CELL REVOLUTIONS charts the history and scientific evolution of stem cell research.
Cardium Therapeutics today announced that it has entered into an agreement with Orbsen Therapeutics Ltd and the National University of Ireland, Galway.
REMEDI scientist Prof Rhodri Ceredig was featured on last night’s RTE news.
NUI Galway has signed an agreement to formalise collaborative ties with the Mayo Clinic Centre for Regenerative Medicine in the US.