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Workshop to address need for new approach industry-university partnerships

Industry-University partnerships in graduate education can address key barriers to innovation by providing access to research expertise and infrastructure and market insights, but a new approach is needed to support the realisation of the full scientific, technological and commercial potential of Ireland.

City workshop to call for industry to strenghten partnerships in graduate education

The College of Science at NUI Galway will host a workshop to meet the regional ecosystem of industries and jointly set the course for a new generation of highly-skilled graduate students, who will have the capacity to enter the job market where Ireland’s regional industry needs it most.

NUIG to hold summer schools for prospective students

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NUI Galway is offering secondary school students the choice of seven separate summer schools in June, covering the disciplines of business, nursing, computing, engineering, science and law.

Go viral for science with Ireland’s first science video competition

Some 300 schools nationwide have been invited to enter Ireland’s first science video competition, cleverly named ReelLife Science.

NUI Galway opens its doors for summer schools

NUI Galway is offering secondary school students the choice of six separate summer schools in June, across the disciplines of business, nursing, computing, engineering and science.

Yeats College hosts NUI Galway careers event

Yeats College hosted its inaugural NUI Galway careers event at a parent and student evening which took place at the college last week.

Major €14 million initiative to develop seaweed as biofuel

Researchers at NUI Galway’s Ryan Institute are involved in a major €14 million European initiative to develop the potential of algae as a source of sustainable energy.

Gortskehy NS features on community TV channel

Gortskehy National School is the first primary school in Ireland to have the pupils' video work featured on An Lar TV, a community TV channel for the Irish Diaspora. anlar.tv has an audience of between 2,500 and 3,000 people a day in some 50 countries. Gortskehy school joins a list of other educators providing content for the channel such as the University of Limerick, the Royal College of Science at UCD, and the Irish School of Animation in Dublin.

 

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