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NUI Galway continues strong performance in QS World University Rankings

NUI Galway continues to perform strongly in the QS World University Rankings, ranked 259th this year out of the world’s top 1,000 universities considered in this year’s QS ranking, maintaining its position among the world’s elite educational institutions. NUI Galway now ranks third in Ireland, the top Irish university outside Dublin, and 112th in Europe.

The man with two good feet who promises to do what it says on the tin

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A sports injury specialist and former League of Ireland soccer player who is a local election candidate in Galway City Central promises “naked honesty” and pledges to work with anyone committed to the betterment of the city, if elected.

NUI Galway academic launches book on the consequences of whistleblowing in organisations

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Kate Kenny, Professor of Business and Society at the J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics at NUI Galway has just launched her new book, Whistleblowing: Toward a New Theory (Harvard University Press). An introduction to the book is provided by Dr Tom Clonan and Professor Ricca Edmondson.

Local researcher helps develop soft robot to help heart to pump

An innovative soft robotic sleeve which can help a heart to beat has been developed by researchers including Dr Ellen Roche of National University of Ireland Galway. The soft robotic sleeve wraps around the organ, twisting and compressing in synch with the beating heart, potentially opening new treatment options for people suffering from heart failure.

St Mary's students ready to hit the stage

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The convent hall in Ballina will be transformed into East Coast Ivy League Harvard University, when St Mary's Secondary School, Ballina, presents the original stage script Illegally Blonde for a four night run next month.

St Aloysius College wins School of Distinction Award

St Aloysius College, Athlone, was one of only five schools throughout the country to be awarded the prestigious 21st Century School of Distinction Award by Trinity College’s ‘Access 21’ programme at a ceremony held in Google headquarters last week.

Close heart defects without placing patients on bypass — NUI Galway academic writes paper on innovative development

Researchers, including four Irish researchers, while based at the Wyss Institute, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Boston Children’s Hospital have jointly designed a fundamentally different way to implant an innovative patch to close a heart tissue defect that eradicates the need to place a patient on bypass. Their work was published recently in Science Translational Medicine, and features as the cover article.

 

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