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Two Irish hospitals plan to start using three-dimensional printers at the Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology in the coming months to create copies of patients’ hearts to help with surgery for heart disease in adults and congenital heart defects in babies.
There are buildings, streets, and ruins surviving from Galway’s Elizabethan heyday in the 1600s, but it is still difficult to imagine what the entire city would have looked like then.
NUI Galway invites all CAO applicants, both undergraduate and mature students, to the annual Open Day on Saturday, April 5 from 10am to 3pm. Open Day is an excellent opportunity for students, along with their parents and families, to explore NUI Galway’s facilities and to learn first-hand from the lecturers themselves about the more than 60 courses on offer.
The 15th annual Galway Science and Technology Festival commenced on Monday November 12 at the Orbsen Building, NUI Galway. The celebrations, sponsored by Medtronic Galway, coincide with National Science Week.
Students can learn how circus performers make use of scientific principles in their tricks and stunts at the 15th Galway Science and Technology Festival which runs from November 12 to 25 at local primary and secondary schools in the city and county.
People can view the creations of an award winning County Galway milliner, who has worked with internationally acclaimed Philip Treacy, at his pop-up shop at Brown Thomas.
Roll up, Roll up! RoolaBoola 2008, the Linenhall Arts Centre’s fun-packed 11th annual arts festival for young people, is on its way with a packed programme of quality shows, events and workshops, as set out in all its glory in the pulsating RoolaBoola brochure (available from the Linenhall, or on the new-look Linenhall website www.thelinenhall.com )