Monthly Archives: July 2013

Top-quality research in Ireland continues apace

A team of Irish researchers have made a discovery that could lead to new treatments for inflammatory bowel disease. Recent estimates suggest that around 15,000 people in Ireland suffer from inflammatory bowel disease, or IBD. In Europe, the number is … Continue reading

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The Three Sectors Driving Ireland’s Economy

If the economic difficulties of the last few years have been like a invading force holding the country under siege, then Ireland’s exporters have been the fearless, resourceful soldiers manufacturing a defiant plan of resistance, or escape. The numbers, which … Continue reading

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UCD and IADT to become UCDIADT? Well, not quite…

IADT and UCD have joined forces. Following a year-long series of talks, the colleges recently signed a memorandum of agreement, something that is expected to result in a greater degree of educational and creative collaborations. Signing the memorandum does not … Continue reading

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Nurturing Ireland’s Future Health

Good health is the most precious thing any of us can hope to possess, which makes efficient healthcare management all the more important. Knowing how to best use the resources at one’s disposal – whether staff, funds, knowledge or equipment … Continue reading

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The Reel Deal – Galway stakes its claim as a City of Film

They say that there is no time like the present, and now might well be a good time to get enrolled on a Film course. Why? Because Galway is set to become Ireland’s first – and only the world’s third … Continue reading

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Adaptability is key to Ireland’s international research reputation

When it comes to high-level research, Ireland has been named as one of the top 5 locations in the world to watch for. This is according to the highly reputed international science journal Nature, which compiles its lists based on the … Continue reading

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