Made in Galway food producers forge strategic association with NUI Galway

Galway County Council – and its Made in Galway Artisan food producers – have joined forces with NUIG to piggyback on the college’s success in attracting globally-significant conferences by using these events to showcase...
Pictured at the presentation of a cheque by Creganna Medical to the Peter McVerry Trust were, from left: Patricia O’Sullivan, Senior HR Manager, Creganna Medical; Seamus Fahey, Director of Design, Creganna Medical; Nell Ward, Corporate Fundraising Manager, Peter McVerry Trust; and Patricia Conroy, L&D Manager, Creganna Medical.

Medical devices company does its bit to help alleviate homeless crisis

A local medical devices company has presented a cheque for €26,000 to a housing and homelessness charity, money which it raised as part of a leadership activity at the company’s recent global leadership summit...
Dr Brian Moore, Founder and MD of ORRECO.

Galway company nominated for prestigious DatSci Awards

A Galway-based company, who have worked with Olympic athletes and elite professional sports teams around the world, Orreco, have been nominated for the prestigious DatSci Awards. The awards, organised by The National Centre for Applied...
Sandra Divilly: winner of 30% Club MBA Scholarship at NUI Galway.

Businesswoman Sandra heading back to school!

A Galway businesswoman fought off tough competition to win a scholarship worth over €13,000 for NUIG’s Executive Master of Business Administration programme. Sandra Divilly’s selection was announced last week by NUI Galway in conjunction with...
Maureen Walsh and Gavin Greaney of DeCare Operations pictured at the recent American Chamber of Commerce, Ireland, Innovation Showcase which took place at EA Ireland, Parkmore.

Athenry hub provides food for thought!

Athenry could become the foodie capital of the West through an ambitious proposal to nurture food and drink related start-up businesses. Plans are afoot to create a ‘food innovation and incubation hub’ at the Teagasc...
Summer students (from left) Eimer O’Connell; Niamh Lang, David Miresse; Wan Mohamad Firdaus Wan Kamarudin at the Lambe Institute for Translational Research, NUI Galway funded by Breast Cancer Research.

Charity funds summer students

Breast Cancer Research is currently helping to fund a number of students who are taking part in the School of Medicine undergraduate research programme at the NUIG’s Lambe Institute for Translational Research, where they...


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