An international team of scientists including researchers at University of Limerick have discovered a new molecule which could further increase ultra-fast decision making in computers.
A new University of Limerick study has found that the treatment used in the majority of Irish kidney failure patients may lead to higher rates of hospitalisation, infection and even death.
The Dairy Processing Technology Centre hosted at University of Limerick has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with dairy research centre VistaMilk.
The Bernal Institute BioLabs are the first labs at the University of Limerick to be certified by My Green Lab as part of their Green Lab Certification program, considered the international gold sta
Dr Anne Marie Henihan has been appointed as the new Centre Director of the Dairy Processing Technology Centre (DPTC), the Enterprise Ireland Technology Centre hosted at University of Limerick.
Targets to reduce methane emissions must take the food security of each nation into account according to a University of Limerick study.
Researchers at NUI Galway are leading a Science Foundation Ireland Discover programme team with partners University of Limerick, Met Éireann and Lero, the SFI Research Centre for Software, to deliv
Patients and staff at GP clinics in the Mid-West during June and July 2020 were over six times more likely to have antibodies to COVID-19 as the public at the time, according to a new University of
A new study involving researchers at University of Limerick has demonstrated the vital role that the planting of new commercial forests could play in the fight against climate change.
Popular video games have the potential to provide low-cost, easy access, effective and stigma-free support for some mental health issues, according to research carried out at University of Limerick
University of Limerick and the Department of Justice have today launched a research report aimed at developing effective relationships between youth justice workers and young people.
Groundbreaking technology developed at University of Limerick producing cheaper and more sustainable carbon fibre could lead to the cars of the future being manufactured from paper waste.