This event is held in conjunction with the Research Office and Assistant Deans (International and Research).
The aim of this event is to give you the opportunity to meet with potential collaborators from other disciplines and faculties and explore potential collaborations. By the end of the event you will have heard about others’ research areas, the inter disciplinary collaborations they are seeking, presented your area of research and had the opportunity to network with others to explore any potential interests further.
This event is intended as an opportunity to explore potential areas of common interest – even if they are not immediately apparent. This is for all academic and research staff, or those who support research projects. You never know where the next opportunity will come from!
EPA Research will hold a series of roadshows throughout the Universities and Institutes of Technology in February and March 2018. This 2-hour workshop will be the occasion to learn more about the EPA Research Programme, in particular about the 2018 Funding Opportunities (via national & international calls). The EPA will also welcome feedback from the Research Community on its Research Programme.
This event will be held in the Seminar Room (MSG-024) of the MSSI Building, University of Limerick.
UL spin-out Hooke Bio is a new company operating in the early stages of drug discovery. Hooke Bio draws its strength from the close co-operation it has between its team of biologists and engineers. The engineers design, test and optimise new microfluidic technology: the scientists apply the technology to finding new therapeutic uses for existing drugs.
Back l-r: Christine Brennan, Research and Innovation Projects Officer; Prof. Mary O’Sullivan, Research Integrity Officer; Prof. Sheila Killian, KBS Research Integrity Champion; Dr Gabriela Avram, S&E RI Champion Front l-r: Dr Stephen Gallagher, EHS RI Champion; Prof. Neil Robinson, AHSS RI Champion; Dr Barry Shanahan, Research Governance Officer
Scientists at the Bernal Institute are teaming up with Enterprise Ireland (EI) to commercialise continuous nanomanufacturing technology which promises to transform the pharmaceutical market.
The project, which launches this month, aims to tackle the biggest challenge facing the pharmaceutical industry today. While pharmaceutical companies are continually developing new drugs, seven out of ten of those drugs never reach the patient. This is not because they are ineffective at treating disease but because they are not soluble enough to be absorbed in the body.
Glycine needle crystals grown on a polymer coating. Glycine is the smallest building block of all biological materials, and can be crystallised in many shapes. Bending these needles generates electricity. Researchers at the University of Limerick study a variety of organic materials that generate electricity when a force is applied to them.
Image: Sarah Guerin, Postgraduate Researcher, The Bernal Institute, UL
Prof Brian Fitzgerald, Director LERO, Prof Edmond Harty, CEO, Dairymaster. Professor Mark Ferguson, Director General of SFI
Farmers could soon be able to avail of Artificial Intelligence to assist in managing their farm as a result of a new €2m Research & Development partnership announced today by Irish dairy equipment manufacturer Dairymaster, IT Tralee and Lero, the Irish Software SFI Research Centre. The programme is backed by Science Foundation Ireland.
Ireland’s first Masters in Artificial Intelligence (AI) was recently launched in Dublin in response to a growing demand by industry for AI skills in Ireland. The programme, which will run in the University of Limerick from September 2018, was launched by the Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys (TD) at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.