UL researchers to grow food production with zero carbon emissions

C-MINUS – the University of Limerick-led research project that has designed a self-contained greenhouse that provides its own water and could have a major impact on global food production.
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Funding for Research and Development Strategy for the Irish language based arts

A research team from University of Limerick and Mary Immaculate College has been awarded €35,000 in funding by the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht and Creative Ireland to produce a Research and Development Strategy for the Irish language based arts (Straitéis d’Ealaíona Teangabhunaithe na Gaeilge).
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Why crystals will save the world

UL researchers have made major discoveries to affect global energy consumption. Professor Michael Zaworotko, Bernal Chair of Crystal Engineering, talks about the ‘secret sauce’
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Limerick - Let’s talk about our mayor!

Professor Maura Adshead, Head of UL Engagement and Associate Professor of Politics, reflects on UL's engagement with Limerick City and County Council to change the face of local government in Ireland
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The OPTIMEND study - Changing how healthcare is delivered to older people in the Emergency Department

Crowding in Emergency Departments (ED) is a growing problem in Ireland and internationally and it is a problem that is likely to continue to increase in the future due to the changing demographics of population internationally: people are living longer and present with more complex healthcare needs
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Brewing the perfect cup - Grinding out the maths behind coffee

Few of the billions of coffee drinkers around the world would ever consider the science behind the drink. But researchers at University of Limerick have shown that mathematical models could help to brew the perfect cup of coffee.
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Confirm HQ: University of Limerick leading the way in fourth industrial revolution

University of Limerick leading the way in fourth industrial revolution as Confirm delivers its new HQ
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Eco-Neurobiology and how the environment shapes our brains

The things we eat, the stressfulness of our lives, and traumatic events all have effects on our brains that we are just beginning to understand.
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Origin project delivers personalised cancer treatments through diagnostic targeted therapies

A new project led by researchers at University of Limerick has the potential to dramatically reduce the risk of error in the treatment of prostate and gynaecological cancer
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Who speaks for whom at work? Professor Tony Dundon on new processes and forms of worker voice

Professor Tony Dundon has provided research evidence on new processes and forms of worker voice that can enhance decent work goals, expose labour market inequalities, and support collaborative employment partnerships.
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Migrant health study as part of WHO collaboration with GEMS

The Public and Patient Involvement (PPI) unit at University of Limerick is to collaborate with the World Health Organisation in the area of migrant health
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The future of law - AI in the delivery of legal services

A University of Limerick project is changing the way legal services are delivered.
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