University of Limerick is closely monitoring the Novel Coronavirus outbreak in China and is taking proactive steps to safeguard the wellbeing of its community.
Research carried out at University of Limerick has shown that life expectancy outcomes for two of the most common forms of kidney dialysis treatment are “virtually identical”.
In 2020, Lero, the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Software based at University of Limerick, celebrates 15 years of excellence in software research.
Men are not better than women at spatial cognition – such as map reading – is the principal finding from ground-breaking work by researchers at Lero, the University of Limerick-hosted Science Fou
A student from Ohio who says she came to University of Limerick to study for a Masters has “left with a PhD and a husband”.
As the country prepares for a general election, University of Limerick President Dr Des Fitzgerald has said there is a need to “clearly hear from the political parties as to what will be done to ma
Close to 1,800 students are graduating from 180 programmes across five ceremonies during Winter Conferring at University of Limerick this week.
University of Limerick and Revenue have signed a contract for a new Diploma in Applied Tax Administration, continuing a ‘unique partnership’ between the institutions.
A plan to dramatically reduce single-use plastic waste from the University of Limerick campus could take seven million water bottles out of circulation every year.
University of Limerick is to add hundreds of extra beds to its on-campus accommodation to meet growing demand and to provide a more affordable option for students.
Hundreds of Leaving Certificate biology students are getting practical experience in state-of-the-art laboratories at University of Limerick this week.
Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD, Minister of State with special responsibility for Higher Education, has announced the approval of 20 posts at professorial-level in higher education, two of which are to