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Prestigious Award for NUI Galway Researcher in Lung Repair

June 15th 2011

Dr Ger Curley, an expert in Anaesthesia at NUI Galway and Molecular Medicine Ireland Clinician Scientist Fellow, has received a highly prestigious award from the American Thoracic Society (ATS).

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Informing Society about Stem Cell Research

June 10th 2011

Danielle Nicholson, Outreach Officer of the Regenerative Medicine Institute (REMEDI), will be among those giving a presentation at a conference titled ‘An Informed Society- How to Participate in public science education and why it matters’ organized by the Canada Stem Cell Network in Toronto, Canada on 15th June 2011.

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REMEDI Researcher Awarded Funding for SFI/Industry Biomedical Research Project

May 13th 2011

Professor Rhodri Ceredig of the Regenerative Medicine Institute (REMEDI) was among five awardees funded under an innovative new research programme funded by the Johnson & Johnson Corporate Office of Science and Technology (COSAT) and Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) this week.

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Leinster School scoops Debating Science Issues All-Ireland Finals

St. Vincent’s Secondary School, Dundalk Doireann Roche speaking with team mate Aislinn Begley
April 27th 2011

St. Vincent’s Secondary School, Dundalk, Co. Louth were declared the All-Ireland winners of Debating Science Issues (DSI) 2011. The grand final which took place at the Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin on April 14th last was the result of a field of 56 schools being narrowed to just four.

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Structured PhD Programme in Biomedical Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (BMERM)

April 20th 2011

This is a new 4-year Structured PhD Programme in Biomedical Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, which will be delivered by a core partnership of institutions including the National University of Ireland Galway (Administrative Coordinator).

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Stem Cells at the Forefront

April 11th 2011

An international group of teachers attended a three day course ‘Stem Cells at the Forefront’ at the European Learning Laboratory for the Life Sciences located in the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Monterotondo, Italy last week.

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Winners of the NCBES Research Award In Life Sciences And Bioengineering 2011 are announced

March 29th 2011

The winners of the 2011 NCBES Research Award in Life Sciences and Bioengineering were announced at a special ceremony on 28th March. The purpose of the award, which is sponsored by Roche, is to recognise outstanding achievement in research in life sciences and bioengineering at NUI Galway.

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REMEDI Ph.D Students Graduate

March 25th 2011

Everyone at REMEDI would like to wish Drs Lisa McGinley and Alessia Stocca the very best following their graduation. Both Lisa and Alessia were Ph.D students under the supervision of the Director of REMEDI, Prof. Timothy O’Brien.

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Idea that could change lives puts Conall top of the class

March 22nd 2011

Conall Fallon, a 6th class student from Scoil Iognáid in Galway won the best "Innovation for the Future" at the Galway Science and Technology Festival held at NUI Galway last week. Pictured right is Conall with his prize.

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Irish election raises questions for stem cell research

March 11th 2011

Nature Magazine, February 28, 2011

The Fianna Fail party, in power in Ireland since 1997, had supported science well enough over the last decade or so to allow the small country to dramatically raise its international profile. This year it even scraped into the top twenty science-producing countries in terms of citations per research paper.

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