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NUI Galway has launched a unique dual Medicine-Engineering, or Physicianeer, programme. The new dual programme will allow students to pursue a specialised Engineering stream in their Undergraduate Medical degree programme, awarding the student with both a Medical and Biomedical Engineering degree (MB, BCh, BAO, BE) upon completion.
As you read this, there are just 12 days left until the US presidential election. It seems every election is described as "the most important of our lifetimes" - in this case of the 2020 election, I suspect it may be true.
Is Galway’s Extinction Rebellion extinct? Has it fallen victim to Covid-19 or is its silence political due to the Greens going into Government?
Galway’s largest urban regeneration scheme awarded prestigious One Planet Living® Sustainability Leader status
Bonham Quay, the new mixed-use development in the heart of Galway City, has been recognised as a leader in One Planet Living® by the international sustainability charity ‘Bioregional’, it was confirmed yesterday (Wednesday).
Eighty-two renewable energy projects have been given the green light, following the first Renewable Electricity Support Scheme (RESS) auction, including the Claremorris Solar PV Farm - the first of its kind in Mayo.
'When it rains hard for a day or two days in Crossmolina, that is when everyone gets worried' — Cllr Loftus
When an orange rainfall warning was issued earlier this week, the town of Crossmolina was put on edge once again over the fear of flooding in the town.
Irish company Myhomecare, part of Servisource Limited, has become the first nursing care provider within Ireland to achieve the Joint Commission International (JCI) Accreditation, a feat which has only been reached by 24 other homecare companies globally.
Listening to Dr Ronan Glynn, who is the acting Chief Medical Officer, last week, he said “We are living in precarious times.” And indeed we are.
Kirby Group Engineering has presented the Irish Cancer Society with a cheque for €40,000 after a successful fundraising initiative.
Right now, we should all be getting ready to enjoy the final weekend of the 2020 Galway International Arts Festival. The arts festival has grown from tiny beginnings in 1977, when a few students at UCG - as NUI Galway was then known - who had no money, still had big ideas, energy, and enthusiasm.