A new study by researchers at the University of Limerick has examined the physical activity levels of post-primary school students during the first COVID-19 lockdown.
A nationwide survey by Lero, the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Software based at University of Limerick, has found that 58% of the Irish population would support electronic voting
University of Limerick President Professor Kerstin Mey has called on the hundreds of students who graduated this week to become “engaged citizens” who will be involved in “shaping the world of tomo
Journalism students at University of Limerick have trended number one on Twitter for a live news day they hosted this week.
With this year’s Science Week taking place against the backdrop of public health restrictions, a novel idea at University of Limerick is bringing experiments to the classroom.
A new education programme for upskilling teachers is to take place at University of Limerick, it has been announced.
University of Limerick has announced that it is to continue with current learning model for the remainder of the academic year 20/21.
University of Limerick and the Irish Rugby Football Union have released the third year of findings from the Irish Rugby Injury Surveillance (IRIS) research project, which looks at injury incidence
Extreme values of serum uric acid levels in the blood can markedly reduce a patient’s chance of surviving and reduce their lifespans by up to 11 years, according to a new study by researchers at Un
A researcher at University of Limerick has played a key role in examining some of the secrets behind Game of Thrones.
University of Limerick is to receive more than €800,000 for campus upgrades and infrastructure.
Pioneering war correspondent Robert Fisk inspired a new generation of student journalists at University of Limerick when he gave a keynote lecture on the importance of holding politicians and power