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A new world-class medical device research centre is to be established at NUI Galway as part of a €245 million national investment in science and technology announced this week. The funding will see five new Science Foundation Ireland research centres established around the country, with NUI Galway playing a key role in three of these.
In the beginning there was the command line. From the Manhattan Project that created the atom bomb came a technology even more powerful and pervasive – the digital computer. Writer and performer John Rogers charts the birth, rise, and possible future of computers in his fascinating new play, Decision Problem. Combining his experience and knowledge of both theatre and software engineering, Rogers takes the audience on a journey that reveals the wonder of the digital universe and questions what the future has in store for humanity.
There has been a broad welcome to this week’s announcement by Cisco, a world leader in networking products, that an investment of €26 million is to be made in its Galway Research and Development (R&D) facility over the next two years bringing with it the creation of up to 115 new jobs.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny officially opened the new Engineering and Informatics Building at Athlone Institute of Technology this week.
Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) has been delegated the authority to make its own awards up to doctoral level.
Hewlett Packard’s announcement that it is to create 105 highly skilled jobs in Galway shows this city has the ability to attract significant foreign direct investment despite the difficult economic climate.
Galway had a jobs boost this week with the news that 200 posts are to be created when CSN Stores LLC will establish its EMEA headquarters in Galway, creating 200 positions over the next 36 months in multilingual customer service, IT, localisation, finance, HR, and sales and marketing functions.
Students from one of India’s leading universities will be able to transfer to engineering degrees in Athlone following the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the two institutions.