McNamara’s plan to get families back living in Ennis...

Clare Independent TD Michael McNamara has suggested Ennis town centre as the focus of a government pilot project aimed at bringing buildings back into...

Potential Slovenian-Shannon technology links explored

The opportunities for Slovenian automotive industries to avail of test-bed facilities at the Future Mobility Campus Ireland (FMCI) in Shannon were outlined at a...

Jaguar Land Rover visit for Clare students

The EMPOWER programme, a free summer camp designed and developed by Mary Immaculate College (MIC) and Technological University of the Shannon (TUS) is inviting TY & 5th year students from across Clare to register for the in person camp which will take place in Limerick from June 7th to 10th.

UL leads way on composites recycling solution

Researchers at University of Limerick are working on an innovative solution to improve the recyclability of composite materials used in the construction, aerospace and automotive industries.