Prof Stuart Hampshire Prof Emeritus of Materials Science, University of Limerick, Prof Anne Leriche University of Valenciennes, Prof Sir Richard Brook Prof Emeritus University of Oxford, Prof Michael Pomeroy, University of Limerick, Dr Eamonn de Barra University of Limerick, Prof Francis Cambier, Permanent Secretary of ECeRS
Professor Mary O’Sullivan has been appointed as Research Integrity Officer (RIO) for the University of Limerick. This role is an important appointment to ensure UL is positioned to respond to the changing environment through a focus on national and international policy in the area of research governance.
Reporting to the President, the Research Integrity Officer assists the university to put in place appropriate policies and practices regarding adherence to principles of research integrity. Research integrity relates to the performance of research to the highest standards of professionalism and rigour, and to the accuracy and integrity of the research record in publications and elsewhere.
Tweets sent during the 2015 Irish Marriage Referendum showed that users largely opted to engage with those with similar views
The 44th World Conference of the International Council for Traditional Music (ICTM) was hosted by the University of Limerick from 13th – 19th July 2017.
The Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union invite you to take this survey regarding the importance of research and innovation in Europe. As Estonia takes up its leadership role, it will release a Call for Action to increase the impact and societal value of European Research Excellence.
The aim of the survey is to gather the views of key scientists, financiers, journalists, corporate executives, academics and policy makers. The survey should take no longer than 5 minutes and will inform the Tallinn Call for Action to be released at the Presidency’s Research Conference in Tallinn on 12 October 2017. Results will be anonymous.
The annual workshop for educators, hosted by Synthesis and Solid State Pharmaceutical Centre (SSPC) and the Dept. of Chemical Sciences, was held in the University of Limerick (UL) recently. The workshop is designed to encourage science teachers to become more confident with chemical demonstrations and brings effective learning strategies to the classroom.
A unique international workshop on materials characterisation was recently held at UL. Hosted by the Modelling Simulation And Innovative Characterisation (MOSAIC) research group at the Bernal Institute, the workshop ‘Frontiers in Materials Characterisation towards Industrial Translation (FRIMACHAT), is a joint undertaking with the European Materials Characterisation Council (EMCC) supported by Science Foundation Ireland and local industry including Analog Devices International, BorgWarnerBeru Systems and Spectrum Instruments Limited.
Building entrepreneurs –student spin-out success with over 68% of companies founded by UL graduates
Nexus Innovation Centre at the University of Limerick marked its fifth year in business with the launch of its annual report by Minister for Training, Skills, Innovation, Research and Development John Halligan, T.D. Since its establishment, Nexus has supported 76 start-up companies, employing over 310 people.
3 million homeless people in Europe and the situation is worsening