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Tourmakeady scientist wins award for breast cancer research work

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A Tourmakeady scientist has won a €15,000 fellowship for her work to identify new treatments for chemo-resistant breast cancer.

Galwegians invited to have their say on new county community plan

Galwegians are invited to attend a one day conference next week to discuss a six year economic and community plan for County Galway.

Westport woman joins international cancer research project

A science researcher from Westport has joined an international research project to identify how people can cut their cancer risk by changing their diets.

Ericsson Ireland awards bursary to local student

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An Athlone student was the recent recipient of an Ericsson bursary worth €2,750.

Oranmore heritage lecture to hear of Irish soldiers of WW1

The second lecture in the Oranmore Heritage 2014/2015 winter lecture series, focusing on Irish soldiers in World War I, will take place on Wednesday November 26 at 7.30pm in Oranmore Library.

Hermitage Clinic now employing

Lucan based Hermitage Medical Clinic is looking for nursing staff as it continues to develop and expand its services.

Insurance industry no longer a faceless one, says Insurance Institute president

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The president of the Insurance Institute of Galway, Darragh Guinnane, will step down from his role at the end of the month after a successful year at the helm of the presitigious organisation.

Discover the universe at Galway Astronomy Festival this weekend

City of Stars is the theme for this year’s Galway Astronomy Festival, which will take place in the Westwood Hotel on Saturday. The festival — now the biggest annual gathering of amateur astronomers in the country — will feature talks by some of top names in astronomy from the US, UK, and Ireland, as well as exhibitions, workshops, trade stands, and a trip to the NUI Galway observatory timed to coincide with the new moon.

NUI Galway hosts conference on marine research

NUI Galway’s Socio Economic Marine Research Unit will hold its fourth annual Beaufort Marine Socio-Economic Symposium on Tuesday August 27.

Enter stage left — NUI,Galway appoints first Prof of Drama and Theatre Studies

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NUI Galway has appointed Professor Patrick Lonergan as its first ever Professor of Drama and Theatre Studies. Professor Lonergan’s appointment strengthens NUI Galway’s reputation as a national hub for the study of theatre. His focus will be on developing new courses, building new research resources, and partnering with theatre companies.

 

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