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Galway’s Fulbright scholars

Six students and lecturers from NUI Galway have been awarded Fulbright Scholarships to continue their work in the United Staters.

Sam Lipsyte: Doulos, Dungeon Masters, and delusions

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One of the most endearing truths about Galway is its capacity for broadening minds and horizons.

NUI Galway welcomes elite university leaders to city

President Michael D Higgins will address the 2013 Coimbra Group Annual Conference taking place at NUI, Galway this week.

Retracing Antonin Artaud in Galway

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ANTONIN ARTAUD, the French playwright and theatre director visited Galway city and the Aran Islands in 1937 and an event is taking place to mark his visit.

‘A situation only interests me when it becomes very fraught’

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AMONG THE many exciting authors making their way to Galway for next month’s Cúirt International Festival of Literature, is the much-praised American fiction writer Ben Marcus.

The Irish roots of Barack Obama

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BARACK OBAMA was born on August 4 1961 in Honolulu to a mother from Kansas and a father from Kenya. His parents met at the University of Hawaii, where his father was a foreign student on scholarship.

Learn how to help students cope with exams

Parents can learn how to help their children in the run up to the Junior and Leaving Certificate exams by attending a special lecture on the subject to be held next month.

Refuelling ageing bodies — human energy in capsules

Scientists have discovered the substance that produces energy in our cells. It is a vitamin-like substance called co-enzyme Q10 which cells need in order to make energy from fat, carbohydrate, and protein. Today they are able to manufacture the "fuel of life" and place it in edible capsules as a nutritional supplement. Millions of people throughout the world take co-enzyme Q10 on a daily basis in order to conquer fatigue and lack of energy.

 

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