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NUI Galway researcher wins award for breakthrough in bowel cancer

A cancer researcher at NUI Galway has clinched a prestigious award for her groundbreaking work in the area of bowel cancer.

NUI Galway public forum on diabetes

NUIG will be hosting a public forum on diabetes, delving into what research is doing to advance treatments for complications of Type 2 diabetes.

Tourism survey of Galway gives valuable insight into visitor experiences

Fáilte Ireland this week published a comprehensive set of reports capturing holidaymakers’ views of Ireland including a survey on Galway.

NUIG-based fellow is named as finalist in Researcher of the Year

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Galway-based NUIG researcher Dr Eva Szegezdi was announced as a finalist at the Irish Cancer Society’s Researcher of the Year 2012, which took place at a special Celebration of Research night in Dublin last week.

Get the Girls campaign to combat breast cancer

The Irish Cancer Society is calling on all women in Mayo to come together and Get the Girls doing something throughout the months of September and October to combat breast cancer. At the launch of its new campaign today, which is kindly supported by Centra, the Irish Cancer Society sent a rallying call to women in Mayo to help reach the next groundbreaking breast cancer discovery by raising funds for vital breast cancer research in Mayo.

Eleven new start-ups for the Midlands

Eleven new entrepreneurs have recently commenced the development of their businesses in the Midlands Innovation and Research Centre at Athlone Institute of Technology - as participants on the Midlands and West Enterprise Programme (MWEP) 2011.

Many great days out start with: ‘Are we there yet?’

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Parents wanting a stress-free day out with the kids should leave home at 8.37am and travel no more than 83km. These are the findings of a recent expert study into what makes a “great day out”.


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