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Thursday, 01 January 2015 - Saturday, 31 January 2015

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Monday, 19 January 2015 Organiser Location
NFB Symposium: Advances in Translational Bioengineering

11.00am:“Towards Next Generation Deep Brain Stimulation: Neurotransmitter Modulation” Professor Kendall Lee, Department of Neurologic Surgery/Department of Physiology & Biomedical Engineering, Director of the Neural Engineering Laboratories, Mayo Clinic 2.00pm:“The Travel into Several Remote Regions of the Regenerative World – On the Relevance of Different Dimensions in Tissue Engineering and Regeneration” Dr Christoph Brochhausen, Department of Pathology, University of Mainz 4.00pm:“Medical Innovation through Engineering: The Mayo Model” Professor Kevin E Bennet, Department of Neurologic Surgery, Co-Director of the Neural Engineering Laboratory, Mayo Clinic. See www.nfb.ie for full details

NFB Biosciences Seminar Room


Thursday, 22 January 2015 Organiser Location
Arts in Action event: NUI GALWAY CHORAL SCHOLARS

Arts in Action event: NUI GALWAY CHORAL SCHOLARS

College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Celtic Studies THE CUBE, Áras na Mac Léinn
Tours of Archives and Special Collections

Meet in the foyer of the Hardiman Building and enjoy a tour led by Hardiman Library archivists who will lead you through the 'Performing Ireland' Abbey Theatre Digital Archive exhibition, see the new reading room and learn more about the rich treasures and unique collections of the Hardiman Library, dating from the 15th Century to present day.

Archives & Special Collections Hardiman Building
Inaugural Prof. Turlough Fitzgerald Memorial Lecture


Professor Richard Reynolds

Deputy Head, Division of Brain Sciences,

Wolfson Neuroscience Laboratories
Imperial College London

 

Title of Lecture "Knowledge, gifting and passion: a recipe for success in Neuroscience"

 

Lunch provided after the Lecture.

Galway Neuroscience Centre, Anatomy and School of Medicine Hardiman Research Bldg. Room G010


Friday, 23 January 2015 Organiser Location
Mobile Technology in Initial Teacher Education (MiTE)

The two-day conference will celebrate the possibilities and explore the challenges of integrating mobile technology in teacher education and provide a forum for practitioners to come together to benchmark and share best practice. Speakers include experts in the field of mobile technology including representatives from CalStateTEACH, California State University, Apple, Google and national and international education institutions.


On Friday, 23 January, the conference will provide an academic platform for recent emergent research, and on the second day, Saturday 24, January, the focus will be on the practitioner application of mobile technology in the classroom.


This conference is open to parents, teachers and students who are interested in seeing and hearing how mobile technologies, for example, smartphones/tablets, can contribute positively to the learning processes within our classrooms today.


To find out more see www.gratek.ie/mite2015.

School of Education Galway Bay Hotel


Saturday, 24 January 2015 Organiser Location
Mobile Technology in Initial Teacher Education (MiTE)

The two-day conference will celebrate the possibilities and explore the challenges of integrating mobile technology in teacher education and provide a forum for practitioners to come together to benchmark and share best practice. Speakers include experts in the field of mobile technology including representatives from CalStateTEACH, California State University, Apple, Google and national and international education institutions.


On Friday, 23 January, the conference will provide an academic platform for recent emergent research, and on the second day, Saturday 24, January, the focus will be on the practitioner application of mobile technology in the classroom.


This conference is open to parents, teachers and students who are interested in seeing and hearing how mobile technologies, for example, smartphones/tablets, can contribute positively to the learning processes within our classrooms today.


To find out more see www.gratek.ie/mite2015.

School of Education Galway Bay Hotel


Wednesday, 28 January 2015 Organiser Location
Launch of _The Shadow of Colonialism on Europe's Modern Past, edited by Roisin Healy and Enrico Dal Lago

The book _The Shadow of Colonialism on Europe's Modern Past_ (Palgrave, 2014), edited by Roisin Healy and Enrico Dal Lago will be launched by Professor Susanne Lachenicht (University of Bayreuth) at 5:00 pm in Room G011 in the Hardiman Building.

NUI Galway Room G011, Hardiman Building


Thursday, 29 January 2015 Organiser Location
Tours of Archives and Special Collections

Meet in the foyer of the Hardiman Building and enjoy a tour led by Hardiman Library archivists who will lead you through the 'Performing Ireland' Abbey Theatre Digital Archive exhibition, see the new reading room and learn more about the rich treasures and unique collections of the Hardiman Library, dating from the 15th Century to present day.

Archives & Special Collections Hardiman Building
Arts in Action event: THE HERNON FAMILY

Arts in Action event: THE HERNON FAMILY

College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Celtic Studies The Cube, Áras na Mac Léinn
Biochemistry Research Seminar Series

Biochemistry Research Seminar Series


'Insights into structure and assembly of a megadalton transcription regulator, human TFIID '
Presented by Dr Imre Berger, EMBL Grenoble
Hosted by Dr Andrew Flaus

All welcome.

Biochemistry Life Course Institute theatre


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