Emotional response to city design could guide urban planningOctober 21, 2019
Detecting patients’ pain levels via their brain signalsSeptember 23, 2019
Aviation history after world’s first diabetes drone mission from Irish mainland to Aran IslandsSeptember 23, 2019
Test to predict onset of diabetic kidney disease step closer to launch across EuropeSeptember 23, 2019
Protein insight may lead to better control of type 2 diabetesSeptember 23, 2019
The Motor Neurone Disease (MND) team at Trinity College Dublin mourns the death of Fr Tony Coote but his name and legacy will live on with the...
Painting a fuller picture of how antibiotics actMay 20, 2019
NUI Galway professor leads international debate on use of aspirin to prevent heart disease and strokeMay 15, 2019
NUI Galway study illustrates eligibility for statin use in people without cardiovascular diseaseMay 7, 2019
Studies illustrate the potential impacts of changes in clinical guidelines for primary prevention of cardiovascular disease; statin use impacts large...
Clinical trial investigates cellular immunotherapy as treatment for two autoimmune liver diseasesApril 15, 2019
MERLIN is one of four separate clinical trials by Orbsen Therapeutics studying ORBCEL stromal cell immunotherapies designed to treat some of the most...
The goal of a FameLab presenter is to explain scientific concepts to a general audience in three minutes. The competition is open to scientists, math...
Squeezing cells to cure diseasesNovember 27, 2018
Moore’s Law in genome sequencing and the genetics revolutionSeptember 18, 2018
Bacterial armour could be a new target for antibioticsAugust 7, 2018
The Regenerative Medicine Institute at NUI Galway and Celtic Advance Life Science Innovation Network will host a ‘Cell and Gene Therapy Industr...