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IrishResearchCouncil Dec 5
Irish Research Council announces 2019 ‘Researchers of the Year’: Huge congratulations to Researcher of the Year ; Early Career RotY ; & Impact awardee !
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Irish Centre for Human Rights Dec 4
Delighted to invite you to ‘Climate Change, Poverty and Human Rights’ Public Lecture w/ UNSR on Extreme Poverty and HR | 19th Dec 2019, 12.30pm . Org w/ and Human Rights Committee . Register here:
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NUI Galway Research Dec 4
Congratulations also to Dr Harold Berjamin on winning the Thomas Mitchell Medal of Excellence. Using mathematics to model the brain.
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NUI Galway Research Dec 4
Congratulations to the wonderful Prof from Winner of the IRC Researcher of the Year Award 2019.
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Treabhair O'Clochasaigh Dec 4
Dr Trevor Clohessy from and Dr Eoin Whelan from are conducting a study on people’s motivations for using smartphone apps. If you gamble through your , we ask you to complete the survey below:
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Peter McHugh Dec 3
Focus on biomedical – current status and future trends
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Ríona Dec 3
here's a short piece I wrote for on the and the fate of the
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NUI Galway Research Nov 29
Delighted to host the Irish Research Council here today
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NUI Galway Research Nov 28
And that’s a wrap. Congrats to Tianming, Ríona, Sam, our 9 other finalists and all 80 contestants from . Looking forward to doing it all again next year.
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NUI Galway Research Nov 28
And our winner of the Grand Finale is....... Sam Afoullouss from the School of Chemistry and School of Natural Sciences!! Huge congrats Sam
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NUI Galway Research Nov 28
Our runner up for is @GalwayTickGirl Ríona Walsh from the school of Natural Sciences!
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NUI Galway Research Nov 28
In 3rd place is.... Tianming Yao from the school of Political Science and Sociology!
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NUI Galway Research Nov 28
What a fantastic job done by all our speakers this evening! Now our 3 judges will deliberate and our audience will vote with our 1st, 2nd, 3rd and audience prizes announced shortly.
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NUI Galway Research Nov 28
Our final competitor of is Sam Afoullouss from and . Sam is discussing corals and sponges from the Irish Sea and their medical potential.
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NUI Galway Research Nov 28
Yeni Rosdinati from is now on stage. Yeni is discussing the rights of workers with disabilities in Indonesia.
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NUI Galway Research Nov 28
is up next. Marco will be discussing the environmental impact of trace elements dosing in wastewater treatment plants.
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NUI Galway Research Nov 28
from is our 9th presenter at . Davide will discuss the development of a social sensing machine to analyse the role nonverbal behaviours have during job interviews.
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NUI Galway Research Nov 28
from is up next here at . Maeve is discussing superbugs in our bathing waters and their resistance to antibiotics.
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NUI Galway Research Nov 28
We’re over halfway there for and up next is Bilal Amin from the school of Engineering and Informatics. Bilal will be discussing a novel medical device for the early diagnosis of Osteoporosis.
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NUI Galway Research Nov 28
Now speaking is discussing the links between a diverse woodlands and Lyme Disease
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