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Some 24,000 visitors thronged NUIG on Sunday to enjoy the 2011 Galway Science and Technology Festival Exhibition.
A “well-established” record of fostering successful innovation was a key factor in Covidien’s decision to locate a number of advanced research and development projects in Ireland, with Galway and Athlone to benefit.
Volunteers are being sought for the 14th annual Galway Science and Technology Festival Exhibition.
A new autism unit for Summerhill NS, being built by volunteers after it was turned down by the Department of Education, “should be finished by the weekend”.
Property Partners Maxwell Heaslip and Leonard has brought to market 7 Barry Avenue, an owner occupied terraced home. Located in the heart of Old Mervue, the area oozes character and charm and would make a fantastic home for a retired couple or a young family. It has been carefully upgraded and tastefully decorated by its current owner and offers the discerning buyer a great opportunity to acquire what is quite simply a home.
The President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Ireland, Gerard Kilcommins has called on Ireland to “build on its achievements of the past” and continue strong support for foreign direct investment (FDI) in the west and nationwide, at an event to mark the organisation’s 50th Anniversary which took place in Galway last week.
One in four (25 per cent) stroke deaths in County Mayo could be averted thanks to a major national programme to improve acute services – but only if more people know the FAST warning signs of stroke and the need for emergency treatment in the wake of an attack. The findings were released by the Irish Heart Foundation at the launch of the first ever National Stroke Week, supported by Covidien, a leading global healthcare products company.
Covidien, a leading global provider of healthcare products, celebrated its 20th anniversary in Galway this week.
Research and development projects in the field of medical technologies at NUI Galway are to receive an investment boost of €900,000 over the next two years from Covidien, one of the world’s leading suppliers of healthcare products.
NCPP director Lucy Fallon-Byrne will be the keynote speaker at a conference on workplace strategy taking place in Galway next week.