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Dr Eilionóir Flynn of the Centre for Disability Law and Policy and Martin O Donnell, Professor of Translational Medicine at NUI Galway have both been approved by the European Research Council (ERC) for starter grants.
Boston Scientific, the worldwide developer, manufacturer, and marketer of medical devices, celebrated 20 years in business at its Galway facility recently with a family day and evening event for its 2,500 employees and their families.
Boston Scientific staff exceeded their expectations when they raised an amazing €37,500 for East Galway Cancer Care with their recent charity car raffle, in which the winner, Mary O’Connor, drove home with a new Ford Fiesta 1.2 Zetec.
On that day 65 years ago, the Government declared Ireland to be a Republic. This did not help Anglo-Irish relations at the time, and it also upset deValera and his Fianna Fáil colleagues, but it was the cause of public celebrations around the country.
Boston Scientific, the worldwide developer and manufacturer of medical devices, kicked off its 20th year celebrations in Galway with a 90s themed event for all its workers.
Boston Scientific, the worldwide developer, manufacturer and marketer of medical devices, has announced that this October, the figure contributed by employees to the Galway Hospice Foundation has reached €1,000,000.
Community spirit is definitely in the air in Westmeath with a huge upturn in volunteering.
LINKS BETWEEN Irish and Estonian traditional music will be explored at a concert in Johnston’s Hall, Kinvara, this Saturday at 9pm.
Corinthians can take another big step in gaining division one status next season when they head to Limerick to face Old Crescent on Saturday (2.30pm).
Corinthians RFC have jumped into third place and are just two points behind leaders Terenure College after a 27-6 win over Banbridge in the Ulster Bank League division 2A on Saturday.