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To celebrate International Day of Women and Girls in Science on 11th February 2021, the Marine Institute is highlighting the many brilliant women who play transformative and ambitious roles in understanding, exploring, protecting and sustainably managing our oceans wealth.
Four Mayo students have been awarded prestigious scholarships by Intel Ireland. Three of the students each received a Women in Technology scholarship and the fourth was a recipient of a Paul Whelan Memorial Scholarship.
Aurivo, the globally-focused agribusiness headquartered in the North West of Ireland, has awarded one of two places on its Gaffney and Mulleady Agriculture, Food & Nutrition Scholarship programme, to Mayo native, Jack Sweeney.
Last week, Dr Martin Naughton and his wife Carmel, announced the winners of the 2020 Naughton Foundation Scholarship Awards. County Mayo Student, Ewan Duffy, was awarded a scholarship worth €20,000.
Aghamore man among researchers from five universities awarded prestigious Lero Director’s Prizes
The National Museum of Ireland - Country Life, at Turlough Park, will host an exhibition about the fascinating life and achievements of Paul Strzelecki – a Polish humanitarian who helped over 200,000 children during the Great Irish Famine.
NUI Galway's decision to hike student accommodation rents by four per cent has been condemned as exploitative and a move that will potentially bar many young people from accessing university education.
Galway Astronomy Club’s AstroFest 2020 will take place in the Harbour Hotel, Galway, this Saturday. For anyone interested in astronomy and science this is an event is not to be missed.
The highly successful Yeats College Christmas Revision Courses take place this year from the Monday December 30 to Saturday January 4 (excluding New Year’s Day) and are designed to provide students with a comprehensive and thorough preparation for their Leaving and Junior Certificate examinations. The revision courses have always been extremely popular, and the College is currently reporting a significant increase in demand with limited places remaining.
Bringing together a varied and interesting range of events this month to commemorate 120 years of Irish local government, Galway's Great Read will see a month-long series of free talks, seminars and exhibitions take place in various venues around the county.