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Science Foundation Ireland is the national foundation for investment in scientific & engineering research in Ireland
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Lero May 28
The grocery retail sector has had to adapt quickly to Covid-19 restrictions. Here of & research centre outlines to five ways the sector will change long-term and how technology can support SMEs in adapting further
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SFI May 28
Immunology, Ireland & COVID-19: Ireland has a wealth of scientific researchers who are contributing to our global understanding of the immune system & the response to COVID-19
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SFI May 28
SFI Research Centre offers free consulting services to solve Covid-19 problems, including expertise on PPE, infection control and more
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SFI May 28
Learn more about the SolarCool team and their work as part of the SFI Future Innovator Prize Zero Emissions Challenge
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Jerry D Murphy May 27
make your mark in climate with a world class energy policy & modelling group based under the supervision of & Our latest symposium with had > 800 delegates such is the relevance of this topic.
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CONNECT Centre May 27
Best wishes to Prof. Siobhán Clarke on this initiative! Siobhán is director of the smart cities research programme and an expert in smart technology & sustainablity.
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CÚRAM May 27
Excellent new article published by on CÚRAM's at and his work using nanotechnology to engineer ways for peptides to be safely and effectively taken by mouth.
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ReelLIFE SCIENCE @ HOME May 27
There are three days left to put yourself on the map by making a one minute science video - you could win €1000 for your school or youth group.
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SFI May 27
SFI Research Centre offers free COVID-19 rapid response support for industry in conjunction with CONSULT Trinity
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CONFIRM May 27
Every we have a chat with a CONFIRM researcher so that YOU can get an insight into what STEM research is all about... Read this weeks post:
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MaREI May 27
We're hiring... A 4-year PhD research position Modelling sustainable energy transitions for Ireland: Capturing technological, economic and social realities  
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Food & Farming Futures May 27
Fermented foods are tightly linked to the gut microbiome
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Trinity College Dublin May 27
A new initiative, launched today by and offers rapid response support for industry during the pandemic. Read more:
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MaREI May 26
1,154 members of the public took part in the survey and it reveals significant support from the Irish public for developing offshore wind farms in Irish waters
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D-REAL May 26
The -funded programme has launched the third call for PhD applications for September 2020. We have a rolling call to Friday 12th June. To see available projects and to apply, visit . Please RT.
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CONNECT Centre May 27
Register now! Keynotes include Monisha Ghosh and Linda Doyle This year's conference is virtual!
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CÚRAM May 26
'Do people with private health insurance attach a higher value to health and healthcare than those without?' New study by CÚRAM post doc Dr Anna Hobbins, led by Prof Ciaran O'Neill at
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FutureNeuro Centre May 26
How has affected routine care of people with epilepsy? Watch of explain how teams in & have been using solutions developed through our research to deliver remote care, enabling people to
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MaREI May 26
's has conducted a study which reveals significant support for offshore wind farms in Irish waters 93% of those questioned would not object to their development 73% believe they would help Ireland meets its European carbon reduction targets
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SFI May 26
Fermented foods can be a primary source of potentially probiotic lactic acid bacteria (LAB) for the human gut, according to a new international study with researchers from SFI Research Centre , , and
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