• Case Study - PolyPico Precise: a high-impact solution for scientific community

    PicoPrecise is a new product launched in 2017 using technology licensed from the University of Limerick to PolyPico, a UL spinout. PolyPico’s dispensing technology offers a unique solution for dispensing miniscule volumes of fluid that range from nanolitre (10-9) to picolitre (10-12) scale using disposable fluid cartridges. It was designed for scientists who wish to dispense reagents, biomaterials or cells with ultra-high precision in an affordable way.

  • Building a successful research career

    Building a successful research career - Talent development for researchers

    For all Research Staff and PIs

    Wednesday 17th October 2018, MSG-024, MSSI Building

    You are invited to join us on Wednesday 17th October 12.30-2.00 for a lunchtime seminar on Talent Development for Researchers. This seminar is open to all Researchers and PI:

  • 29% of STEM undergraduates do not know what jobs to apply for

    Minister Mitchell O’Connor welcomes Johnson & Johnson’s Announcement of Expanded WiSTEM2D programme to UCC along with UL
    New research conducted among undergraduates in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) at the University of Limerick (UL) has revealed that almost one third are not aware of the types of jobs they could apply for once they graduate.

    This research has been conducted as Johnson and Johnson, the global healthcare company, enters the third year of its WiSTEM2D programme in collaboration with UL. The findings highlight some of the central challenges in attracting more females into STEM-related careers.