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Three Galway companies nominated for prestigious innovation awards

Galway has underlined its role as a key innovations hub with three companies from the county making the shortlist for The Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation Awards.

Lecture on Loughrea - ‘a den of infamy’

The next meeting of the Western Family History Association will be held on Wednesday November 12 in Lackagh Parish Centre (8.15pm).

The poetic connection between Galway and Gogarty

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ME expert to speak in Galway

Radisson to host international palliative medicine conference

The fourth international Cuisle Beatha Palliative Medicine Conference takes place on November 22 and 23 in the Radisson Blu Hotel, Galway, featuring 40 expert speakers from Ireland, UK, New Zealand, and Australia.

€7.9 billion medical device export sector dependent on engineers says new president

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John O’Dea, CEO of Galway-based Crospon and new president of Engineers Ireland, has said that the health of Ireland’s €7.9 billion medical devices export sector is hugely dependent on the expertise and ready supply of skilled engineers.

Medical thermal imaging at ISHSKO Centre

Regular diagnostic tools like X-rays, CT Scans, Ultrasound are all tests of “anatomy” and are useful measurements of the structure of your body. But suppose you suffer pain that cannot be explained by these studies.

Your mouth — the gateway to your body

No more than two decades ago, a physician who suspected heart disease would probably not refer the patient to a gum specialist. The same went for diabetes, pregnancy, or just about any other medical condition. However times have changed. In the past five to 10 years there has been a ballooning interest in possible links between mouth health and body health. The merging knowledge of the Western and Eastern medical sciences clearly shows the physical and the energetic link of the teeth to specific body systems and organs.

Play at Galway Clinic highlights the importance of talking to patients about cancer pain

An innovative play which tackles issues surrounding cancer, such as pain and communication between doctors and patients, will be staged at the Galway Clinic on Wednesday at 7.15pm.


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In 1833 the novelist and educationalist Maria Edgeworth and some friends set out on a horse and open carriage tour of Connemara in considerable style. Happily for us because she was an inveterate letter writer, we have today her amusing and sharply observed picture of her adventure, as travel 175 years ago was pretty rough and ready.

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