University of Limerick President Professor Kerstin Mey has said that collaboration between education, industry, government and communities “brings innovation to life”.
Civil engineering students at University of Limerick have received priceless “learning by doing” experience by taking on the role of civil engineering consultants on one of Ireland’s most exciting
Due to ongoing Met Éireann weather warnings and on Government advice, the University of Limerick campus and facilities will remain closed on Wednesday December, 8 until 6pm.
The University of Limerick has today announced that it will be providing free period products on campus as it joins the fight against period poverty.
University of Limerick is to get two new senior academic posts, following approval by Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris.
Two leading University of Limerick academics have accepted a prestigious award from an American university for their work against hate.
A research team lead by University of Limerick has described the calculations behind the main model used to guide the Irish Government in its response to COVID-19.
Two leading University of Limerick academics are to present their extensive research into hate crime in Ireland to an Oireachtas Joint Committee on Justice.
UL spinout company Ostoform, a specialist medical device company, has closed a €3 million equity investment led by BGF, Ireland’s largest growth capital investor.
A project involving researchers at University of Limerick is seeking to develop a new solution for subsea anchoring that could reduce the cost of offshore wind.
University of Limerick President Professor Kerstin Mey has hailed the four outstanding candidates bestowed with honorary doctorates at University of Limerick today as ‘leaders and visionaries’.
Researchers at University of Limerick are working on an innovative solution to improve the recyclability of composite materials used in the construction, aerospace and automotive industries.