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A Lero research team at Trinity College Dublin is to participate in an international European Commission funded research programme worth €2.5m. Ireland is one of three countries on the programme which will research how the principles of ecology can be adopted to design more stable software systems. Lero, the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre, based at the University of Limerick, provides the Irish team which is being led by Professor Siobhan Clarke of the School of Computer…
Four final-year BA Journalism and New Media students at the University of Limerick have been honoured with awards for journalism today (Wednesday, May 15).
Liam Corcoran (21) from Dunmore in Co Galway has won the ‘Vincent Doyle Award for Investigative Journalism’, while 22-year-old Niamh Drohan from Dungarvan, Co Waterford was runner-up. The ‘Vincent Doyle Award for Investigative Journalism’, which is supported by Independent News and Media and the Doyle family,…
Five students from the Graduate Entry Medical School (GEMS), UL were recently presented the Mid-West Medical Education Liaison Group (MELG) research awards. The awards launched at the 21st Sylvester O’Halloran Meeting and provide a bursary for the successful students to carry out a research project with a Consultant Supervisor at University Hospital Limerick during the summer months.
The award winners were: Danielle Lovett Carter, Kerrie Hennigan, Swiri Konje, Kevin Lally, Adebola…
Will I get infected or not in a disease epidemic? Should I open a Facebook account or not? Which of the two presidential candidates should I vote for in an American federal election? Under what conditions does my choice or opinion become the popular one? The answer to each of these questions depends not only on the individual in question, but also crucially on their social or physical contacts with other individuals. University of Limerick researcher, Professor James Gleeson recently published…
The Minister of State for Research and Innovation, Seán Sherlock, TD, today officially announced the second intake of Maths teachers for the Professional Diploma in Mathematics for Teaching.
The programme is aimed at improving the skills of “out-of-field” maths teachers at post-primary level, and is provided through a consortium led by the National Centre for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching & Learning (NCE-MSTL), based in the University of Limerick (UL).