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Mathematicians to share ideas on teaching methods at GMIT sums seminar

Maths lecturers from Institutes of Technology across Ireland are to attend a national mathematics conference hosted by Galway-Mayo Institute

Over The Edge reading

THE OVER The Edge reading, with Miriam Gamble, James Lawless, and Anne McManus, takes place in the Galway City Library, St Augustine Street, this evening at 6.30pm.

Kilroy archive acquisition completes set of Ireland’s major creative forces

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From the Ireland of the 1960s arose a generation of writers that created a cultural revival that compares with, and perhaps exceeds, the ‘Irish Renaissance’ of the early 1900s. This second flowering contributed to Ireland’s current reputation as a uniquely creative nation.

Groundbreaking NUI Galway research to pave way for first treatments for secondary progressive MS

Groundbreaking research carried out at NUI Galway is expected to pave the way for the first treatments for secondary progressive multiple sclerosis.

Galway company in fusion expansion

Galway-based company MarCon Computations International Ltd has developed new software enabling the company to target new markets in the aquaculture/mariculture industry and the fisheries agencies, by participating in InterTradeIreland’s FUSION programme.

Star Party

An exciting Star Party has been organised as part of the 2008 Mayo Science and Technology Festival. This is a fantastic opportunity for all amateur astronomers and those interested in learning more about our planets and solar system to come along to a talk hosted by Professor Alan Fitzsimmons of the Queen’s University Belfast’s Department of Physics and Astronomy on Saturday November 8 at 8.30pm at the Old Bridge, Burrenmore, Castlebar (weather permitting).

Corinthians going for glory

Lunch on Easter Saturday in the Corinthian clubhouse is fully booked (with a long waiting list) in anticipation of history being made by the club in their penultimate match of the All Ireland League. Top of the table Corinthians meet second placed Queen’s University Belfast (K/O 2.30pm). A win for Corinthians secures the Division 3 title and promotion to Division 2. To lose merely puts Corinthians back into the melting pot.

NUIG rowers star in Galway success at national champs

Rowers from NUIG claimed five titles at the Irish National Rowing Championships over the weekend, including the blue riband event, the men’s senior eights.

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