Our Research Impact podcast series has allowed us to showcase the impact of the wide range of research being carried out by our female academics. Prof Anne Mac Farlane, Prof Sheila Killian and Dr Jakki Cooney (l-r above) are just three of the more recent participants in this series. You can check out all of the previous podcasts in this series on our Reseach Impact podcast channel (Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Podomatic).
In partnership with University College Dublin and Maynooth University, University of Limerick is to lead a new €21million SFI Centre for Research Training in Foundations of Data Science, with industry partners coordinated by Skillnet Ireland.
Announced by Minister Heather Humphreys TD Minister for Business, Enterprise, and Innovation, and Minister of State for Training, Skills, Innovation, Research and Development, John Halligan TD, the centre has been awarded funding of €13.6 million by Science Foundation Ireland. The Centre for Research Training (CRT) will train 139 PhD students towards a world-class foundational understanding of Applied Mathematics, Statistics, and Machine Learning.
#nexuslifestories is a series of discussion videos with the companies of Nexus aiming to give unknown insights to that of our members and also to showcase what life is like in the Nexus Innovation Centre. Frawley Branding and JumpAGrade are first up to share their insights and visions for their companies.
Check out the videos on YouTube
Anne MacFarlane, Professor of Primary Healthcare Research at the Graduate Entry Medical School, University of Limerick and member of UL’s Health Research Institute talks about her research in the area of Public and Patient Involvement in Research, specifically participatory health research with socially excluded communities.
With joint Enterprise Ireland and IDA sponsorship, companies are benefiting from R&D
For the past five years Irish-based companies have benefited from market-focused strategic research and development carried out by a network of technology centres jointly sponsored by Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland. The centres allow Irish companies and multinationals to work together on R&D projects in collaboration with research institutions.
The University of Limerick is set to welcome three new Marie Skłodowska-Curie (MSCA) Fellows in 2019 with two more on the reserve list. Marie Skłodowska-Curie International Fellowships have been awarded to;
Pictured (l-r): Dr Sinéad McNally (DCU), Dr Gráinne Walshe (UL), Prof Merrilyn Goos (UL), Minister Halligan, Margie McCarthy (SFI), Judith Harford (UCD); and Brendan Tangney (TCD).
The University of Limerick invites MSCA-IF applicants to join our free MSCA Master Class on 28-29 May 2019.
These interactive training days focus on proposal preparation for the 2019 Marie Skłodowska-Cure Individual Fellowships call. The MSCA Masterclass is open to eligible applicants who plan to submit a proposal for the 2019 call with University of Limerick as their future Host Institution and who have the support of a UL University supervisor. Researchers currently working at UL and who want to apply for a MSCA Global Fellowship are also welcome.
SSPC, the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Pharmaceutical Research Centre, hosted by UL, has won new funding under the EPSRC-SFI Centres for Doctoral Training (CDT) Partnership programme.
Announced by Minister of State for Training, Skills, Innovation, Research and Development, John Halligan TD, an investment of approximately €39 million to support the involvement of SFI Research Centres in seven new joint Centres for Doctoral Training (CDTs). The awards have been made under a new partnership between Science Foundation Ireland and Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), which is part of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).