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Westport Tourism Organisation (WTO) has announced the publication of its latest book report: Westport – Where Visitors Feel at Home – documenting the findings of a survey of attitudes/opinions of visitors (domestic and international) to Westport and tourism operators/accommodation providers in the host community, conducted by WTO during 2019.
Researchers at NUI Galway are leading a Science Foundation Ireland Discover programme team with partners University of Limerick, Met Éireann and Lero, the SFI Research Centre for Software, to deliver school children’s projects high into the stratosphere to examine the effects of near space on the experiments.
CÚRAM, the SFI Research Centre for Medical Devices at NUI Galway, together with partners Galway Film Centre, have announced that the latest documentary produced through the Science on Screen public engagement programme will be broadcast on TG4 on tonight Thursday, 1 July at 10.30pm.
NUI Galway’s Access Centre recently delivered the virtual UNI 4 U primary schools initiative awarding Certificates of Achievements to 200 children in three Galway City schools.
This year’s online conference - Health Promotion through eHealth: Challenges and Opportunities - is open to all, and takes place from 9am to 4pm today.
NUI Galway has announced it will offer 12 scholarships for the 2021/22 academic year for international protection applicants, refugees, vulnerable immigrant groups, and Irish Travellers.
Researchers at NUI Galway have highlighted how different approaches to digital contact tracing during the Covid-19 pandemic were shaped by whether or not jurisdictions had prior recent experience of epidemics.
Female health professionals are being encouraged to apply for a women-only scholarship for NUI Galway’s MBA programme.
Some 42% of patients attending a dedicated diabetes clinic have signs of established chronic kidney disease, the first detailed research of its kind in Ireland has revealed.
Midlands-North-West MEP Maria Walsh says more must be done to encourage women to pursue STEM education and careers in order to address the gender imbalance in technical and other high level jobs in this sector.