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Athlone Institute of Technology has announced formal plans to reopen to all students on a phased basis for the new 2020/21 academic year.
Significant funding has been allocated to Athlone Institute of Technology towards the purchase of equipment to carry out vital Research and Development projects, Longford/Westmeath Fine Gael Deputy, Peter Burke, confirmed this week.
The perennial issue pertaining to the persistent personal protective equipment (PPE) shortage for front line health workers during the present COVID-19 pandemic has been the prime source of much discussion.
Dr. Tony Johnston, Head of Department of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure Studies, Athlone Institute of Technology, spoke with the Athlone Advertiser this week and outlined how the tourism industry is well placed to lead the post-COVID-19 recovery as economies reopen.
An Athlone-based PhD candidate is using augmented reality (AR) to help cure people of walking abnormalities which, if left untreated, can lead to “wear and tear” arthritis and serious injuries.
Samuel Langhorne Clemens was an American writer, better known by his pen name, Mark Twain. Among many achievements, he is credited with the saying “travel broadens the mind”. But something we have learned in recent weeks during this Covid-19 ‘lock in’ is that sometimes staying at home can do that too, or at least it can help refocus the mind.
The Midlands Region of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) hosted a successful business networking event in recent times. Entitled ‘The Green Deal – Gearing up for new ways of working’ the occasion featured special guest speaker Mairead McGuinness MEP.
“If the benefits of being active could be bottled, it would be the most prescribed medicine on the planet.”
Athlone Institute of Technology lecturer and veterinary surgeon, Lisa Geraghty, has espoused the positive influence of pet companionship on mental health as the anxiety levels of many remains high during the present public health crisis.
A prominent Athlone Institute of Technology based microbiologist has urged people to “think in fives” to protect themselves from coronavirus (COVID-19).