Inspired by the movie ‘One Dollar A Day,’ 3rd year International Business Student at Kemmy Business School in UL, Jack O’Connor says that he was struck “to the core” when he began to understand and
A University of Limerick-led research team has designed a self-contained greenhouse that provides its own water and could have a major impact on global food production.
University of Limerick has established Ireland’s first UNESCO Knowledge for Change hub.
A new research report and connected strategy carried out by a University of Limerick academic identifies the nature and reach of key criminal networks within Dublin South Central and documents the
A report by researchers based at University of Limerick presented to a United Nations Committee has said that the Irish State is failing to meet its obligations in relation to hate crime.
Supporting the health and wellbeing of staff and students at University of Limerick will now be further enhanced after Minister of State Catherine Byrne TD launched the ‘Healthy UL Framework’.
An “unparalleled” collection of historical papers from one Limerick’s original bacon factory families has been launched by University of Limerick.
A new executive leadership programme jointly devised by the Department of Children and Youth Affairs and University of Limerick seeks to devise new ways of addressing wicked problems. Wicked proble
A revolutionary new material developed at University of Limerick could “help solve the global water crisis” by producing water from air, even in the most remote of locations.
A research unit at University of Limerick is to collaborate with the World Health Organisation in the area of migrant health.
University of Limerick students, who contributed more than 30,000 volunteer hours to more than 80 organisations, charities and clubs both at home and abroad, have been praised and recognised throug