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Medtronic senior hurlers retained their county interfirms title when they had eight points to spare over an understrength Galway Teachers in Clarenbridge on Saturday.
The 16th Galway Science and Technology Festival attracted a record 20,000 visitors to its final day at NUI Galway on Sunday.
The 16th Galway Science and Technology Festival, part of National Science Week, sponsored by Medtronic, kicks off next Monday 11th November and runs for two-weeks until the November 24. The aim of the festival is to instil a love of science and technology in students from a young age.
The 16th Galway Science and Technology Festival which is part of National Science Week was launched last Monday, October 14, in Medtronic’s new global Customer Innovation Centre.
Galway Technology Park, Parkmore, is located on the east side of Galway city approximately 6km from Galway city centre and 2km from the M6 motorway to Dublin. Other business parks in the immediate area include IDA Business & Technology Parks East and West, with companies such as Medtronic, Cisco, and Creganna, Briarhill Business Park, and of course the Galway Racecourse.
Medtronic this week opened a new Customer Innovation Centre in Galway, Ireland, providing state of the art facilities for physicians and Medtronic engineers to work together on developing new therapies that will improve clinical outcomes, provide economic value and increase access to quality healthcare for patients around the world. The Centre was opened by EU Commissioner for Innovation, Research and Science Ms. Máire Geoghegan-Quinn.
Close to 400 people took part in the Club Vitae 5k Coast Road Run, which took place last week in aid of Western Alzheimer’s.
The recent annual Croagh Patrick climb in aid of Galway Hospice was a huge success, setting a new record with more than 1,000 climbers taking part, an increase of 800 on the previous year.
The Marine Institute Singers were singing on high after emerging victorious in the inaugural Galway Choirfactor Competition which took place in the Radisson Blu Hotel on Friday April 12. Organised by the Corrib Lions Club as a fundraising initiative for Kilcuan Retreat Centre in Clarinbridge, the event attracted a capacity audience of more than 700 people.
An estimated 150 singers are registered to perform this Friday April 12 on the Radisson Blu Hotel’s live lounge stage in the Choirfactor competition - a charity event organised by the Corrib Lions Club. Six entrants spanning the business, health, and sporting sector of Galway will engage in a ‘sing-off’ and all funds gathered on the night will be donated to the Kilcuan retreat and healing centre, Clarinbridge.