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A super fuel-efficient car which is 20 times more economical than typical road cars was launched at NUI Galway this week. It has been designed and road-tested by NUI Galway engineering students. At the event, Connacht Rugby star Eoin McKeon officially unveiled the Geec and it was driven in public for the first time.
Professor Peter McHugh was elected Science Secretary of the Royal Irish Academy at the Stated General Meeting of the RIA recently.
It has taken only seven years for smartphones to become the dominant mobile device. A public talk at NUI Galway will investigate what the next seven years might hold in terms of smartphone technology. Hosted by NUI Galway’s College of Engineering and Informatics ‘The Future of the Smartphone’ will take place on Thursday next, December 4.
Brigit’s Garden is adding a new renewable energy trail that is the first of its kind in the west of Ireland.
NUIG works with high-tech companies to offer longer work-placements to increase student employability
In a significant development for engineering education and following extensive consultation with industry partners, the NUI Galway College of Engineering and Informatics has announced that the duration of the Professional Experience Programme (PEP) for third year Biomedical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering students will be extended to eight months in duration. Students will now undertake work placement in leading local, national, and international high-technology companies, including medical device companies, from January to August, starting in 2015.
The College of Engineering and Informatics at NUI Galway has announced details of a special entrance maths examination to give students a second chance to pursue a career in engineering.
NUI Galway students, Aidan Breen and Simon Casey were recently presented with a merit award of €1,500 at this year’s Enterprise Ireland Think Outside the Box Awards, for their project ‘SmartGate’.
Aspiring engineers, young and old, can take part in a special week of family events to celebrate National Engineers Week in Galway.
Moate native, Rob Finnerty, a final year student in Electrical and Electronic Engineering at NUI Galway has been awarded the Avaya Prize for the best final year project in Electrical and Electronic Engineering in the College of Engineering at NUI Galway.
A final year student in electrical and electronic engineering has been awarded the Avaya Prize for the best final year project in the College of Engineering at NUI Galway.