The defence lawyer at the centre of the 2015 Netflix documentary series ‘Making A Murderer’ will take up a position this month as guest lecturer on University of Limerick's law programmes.
Researchers from University of Limerick (UL) have found that women who feel stigmatised after having an abortion, experience increased psychological distress and physical health symptoms.
Cork woman Rachel Cahalane was awarded the Bronze Medal for the best overall presentation at the recent Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland Bioengineering Section Conference.
Scientists at University of Limerick (UL) are teaming up with Enterprise Ireland (EI) to commercialise continuous nanomanufacturing technology which promises to transform the pharmaceutical market.
Farmers could soon be able to avail of Artificial Intelligence to assist in managing their farm as a result of a new €2m research and development partnership announced by Irish dairy equipment manu
Ireland’s first Masters in Artificial Intelligence (AI) was launched in Dublin in response to a growing demand by industry for AI skills in Ireland.
Employers in Ireland are being urged to implement clear and effective policies on workplace ill-treatment as a survey reveals the scale of the issue for the first time.
Political disillusionment leads to more extreme political views, according to studies carried out by researchers at University of Limerick (UL)..
More than 480 students graduated from University of Limerick (UL) at ceremonies held in the University Concert Hall today (Wednesday).
University of Limerick conferred awards on more than 550 graduands at ceremonies today (Tuesday).
Theresa Curley from Athlone became the 1,000th person to graduate from the joint Revenue and University of Limerick (UL) Taxation programmes at UL when she and her classmates were conferred at a ce