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NUI Galway and Galway City Council have welcomed the commitment of the Government’s Urban Regeneration and Development Fund for the exciting regeneration of Nuns’ Island in the heart of Galway City.
An information event being organised at NUI Galway next week aims to improve the lives of the one in 100 people who stammer.
Biomedical researchers from the Regenerative Medicine Institute (REMEDI) and CÚRAM at NUI Galway, in collaboration with clinicians from Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin (OLCHC) have developed the first in Ireland synchronised beating heart cells from human pluripotent stem (iPS) cells made from skin biopsy.
A new business that has just opened its doors in Castlebar is sure to appeal to the many pet owners out there who are tired of their dogs shedding their fur on the furniture and covering their clothes with hair.
NUI Galway researchers are part of an exciting EU-funded project looking at how stem cells from adult fat tissue could be used to activate the regeneration of cartilage. If successful, their work could lead to effective new treatments for millions of osteoarthritis sufferers. Positive, early results indicate the treatment could become a reality for patients within the next five years.
Ireland has the capacity to be an international centre for commercialisation in the field of regenerative medicine, delegates at an international stem cell conference in NUI Galway heard this week.
Members of the general public are being invited to engage with scientists at NUI Galway to provide their opinions on stem cells and gene therapy. Scientists hope to explore public opinion on these and other cutting-edge biomedical solutions under development, and learn what the public’s point of view is.
Researchers with the Regenerative Medicine Institute (REMEDI) at NUI Galway are set to benefit from the vast experience and tutelage of leading stem cell expert Dr Alan Colman.
A €3.5 million EU funded collaborative research project aimed at revolutionising the processing of high quality adult stem cells has been launched at NUI Galway.
Some people may be only mildly uncomfortable with dog-hairs on their carpet, couch or coffee table, but others find them highly disturbing and can end up feeling angry and resentful towards their pet.