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NUI Galway is the only Irish institution to improve its standing in the QS World University Rankings 2014-2015, rising four places to 280th place in this year’s league table.
The Croí Heart & Stroke Centre at Moyola Lane, Newcastle, Galway which was officially opened by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD in November last year, has been lauded as a European leader in Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention by one of Europe’s leading heart experts, Prof David Wood.
NUI Galway will make history when it becomes the first university in Ireland to provide postgraduate training to master’s level (MSc) in the prevention of heart disease.
Anne Marie Walsh, a native of Claremorris, and her team, have been given national recognition for their remarkable efforts to improve the future for patients in Ireland. The Croí My Action — an innovative community based cardiovascular disease prevention programme — is one of 14 inspirational initiatives out of 109 projects entered, which have been shortlisted in this year’s Astellas Changing Tomorrow Awards.
More than half the people taking part in an award winning cardiovascular disease (CVD) prevention programme run by the heart and stroke charity Croí quit smoking - one of the risk factors for heart disease.
A ground breaking project launched in Galway two years ago has proven to be a key factor in changing lives of participants and preventing deaths and disability from heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and obesity.
Imagine a car whose body also serves as a rechargeable battery. A battery that stores braking energy while you drive and that also stores energy when you plug in the car overnight to recharge. A project is currently underway to turn this from a fascinating vision into a reality. Volvo Cars is one out of nine participants in an international materials development project.
Imagine a car whose body also serves as a rechargeable battery - a battery that stores braking energy while you drive and that also stores energy when you plug in the car overnight to recharge. A project is currently underway to turn this from a fascinating vision into a reality, and Volvo Cars is one out of nine participants in an international materials development project.
Local heart charity Croi has scooped a major award for its pioneering work in the prevention of heart disease, stroke and diabetes.
More than 300 delegates from around the world flocked to Galway recently for the SEGH 2010 conference, a six-day event which not only provides a forum for the sharing of knowledge and research but has also proven to be of major benefit to the local economy.