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Throwback Time this weekend at DNA

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THE 1980S brought us the Cabbage Patch Kids, Paula Abdul, Teddy Ruxpin, shoulder pads, and perms. The 1990s delivered Tamagotchis, snap bracelets, Pokémon, Power Rangers, dial-up internet, scrunchies, and Bill Clinton jokes.

It must be in the genes - Athlone family’s enduring screen presence

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Robert Grace

Go for golden

Acrylamide is a compound that is produced when many foods, particularly starchy foods, are cooked – or more importantly ‘browned’. Acrylamide has been found both in processed foods and also in foods cooked at home. The acrylamide forms when a food is roasted, toasted, grilled, or fried. Foods implicated would be toasted bread; potatoes, whether fried (chips or crisps) or roasted; vegetables (roasted or fried as veggie crisps); or other starchy foods like biscuits or crackers. All these foods develop acrylamide during the cooking process due to the ‘Maillard reaction’ which is the reason these foods go brown.

Learn how to unlock the DNA code at NUI Galway

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NUI Galway’s School of Natural Sciences will hold a special event for secondlevel students in senior cycle biology on Saturday April 25 to celebrate International DNA Day.

REMEDI enters agreement with US company to advance research into diabetic foot ulcers

REMEDI, The Regenerative Medicine Institute at NUI Galway and Orbsen Therapeutics have entered into an agreement with Cardium Therapeutics to utilise Cardium’s Excellagen® pharmaceutically-formulated gel as a delivery agent for Orbsen Therapeutics’ proprietary stromal cell therapy in pre-clinical studies for the potential treatment of diabetic foot ulcers.

Arthritis researchers ask for publics help

Members of the general public are being invited to engage with scientists at NUI Galway to provide their opinions on stem cells and gene therapy. Scientists hope to explore public opinion on these and other cutting-edge biomedical solutions under development, and learn what the public’s point of view is.

Boost as NUI Galway forges links with Chinese universities

NUI Galway is to link up with two leading Chinese universities to further research and facilitate student and researcher exchanges between Galway and China.

Boost as NUI Galway forges links with Chinese universities

NUI Galway is to link up with two leading Chinese universities to further research and facilitate student and researcher exchanges between Galway and China.

NUI Galway is to link up with two leading Chinese universities to further research and facilitate student and researcher exchanges between Galway and China.

Boost of almost €10 million for regenerative medicine research

In a major boost for regenerative medicine research in Ireland, Minister for Enterprise, Trade, and Innovation, Batt O’Keeffe announced this week the funding of almost €10 million for the Regenerative Medicine Institute (REMEDI) at NUI Galway.

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