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Today marks the official launch of the ‘Science on Screen Film Festival Ireland’ an exciting new annual Irish Film Festival, running from November 5-8 online. The Festival will showcase the best of science in film and this year incorporates themes of representation and diversity in science and the value of art-science collaborations.
The Galway Science and Technology Festival (GSTF), as part of Science Foundation Ireland (SFI)’s National Science Week, returns this November as a virtual event, but promises to capture all of its usual fun and excitement.
Interactive art and science workshops for children will take place in Galway next week, in a collaboration between CÚRAM, the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Medical Devices, and the Baboró International Arts Festival for Children.
NUI Galway is calling on scientists and science enthusiasts to enter FameLab, the world’s largest science communication competition, held in 30 countries. For the fifth year running, one of four regional FameLab Ireland heats will take place in Galway on February 19, and once again the entrants are expected to be high calibre.
The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded two NUI Galway researchers €4.4 million to pursue ‘blue-sky’ biomedical research. With this support, Professor Laoise McNamara and Dr Dimitrios Zeugolis, will pursue frontier research to achieve far-reaching impact on improving human health.
Professor Timothy O'Brien, Dean of the College of Medicine, Nursing, and Health Sciences at NUI Galway and consultant endocrinologist at Galway University Hospitals, has received the Mayo Clinic Distinguished Alumni Award. The award was established by the Mayo Clinic Board of Trustees in 1981 to acknowledge and show appreciation for exceptional contributions of Mayo Clinic alumni to the field of medicine.
CÚRAM, the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Medical Devices based at NUI Galway, is now enrolling for its fourth Teachers in Residence Programme, with applications being accepted until October 11.
A team at NUI Galway has been awarded funding of US$300,000 from The Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s research to develop a novel approach to brain repair for Parkinson’s disease.
A formal collaboration is to take place between CÚRAM, the Science Foundation Ireland Centre for Research in Medical Devices at NUI Galway, and Rutgers University, New Jersey, regarding complementary medical device programmes.
NUI Galway will hold the Alliance for Research and Innovation in Wounds (ARIW) Autumn 2018 Seminar Series tomorrow Friday, 19 October. The series, entitled ‘The Burden of, and Opportunities in Chronic Wound Care in 2018’, will take place in Áras Moyola, beginning at 9am.