Oldest ink pen in Ireland discovered in Clare

Recent archaeological excavations at Caherconnell Cashel in the Burren, Co. Clare, by Dr Michelle Comber of the School of Geography, Archaeology, and Irish Studies at NUI Galway and the Caherconnell Archaeology Field School, have uncovered the oldest known ink pen in Ireland.

Global research identifies stroke triggers

A global study co-led by NUI Galway into causes of stroke has found that one in 11 survivors experienced a period of anger or upset in the one hour leading up to it. One in 20 patients had engaged in heavy physical exertion.

NUIG is University of the Year 2022

NUI Galway has been named University of the Year 2022 in the new edition of The Sunday Times Good University Guide.

Traveller students win National Educational Awards

Five NUI Galway Traveller students and the University’s Traveller Education Officer Owen Ward have been honoured with National Educational Achievement Awards.

NUI Galway appoints first Irish Language Officer

NUI Galway has announced the appointment of the University’s first ever Irish Language Officer.

NUIG award for aviation entrepreneur Dómhnal Slattery

A County Clare global aviation entrepreneur will be honoured by NUI Galway at a special ceremony next month.

John in search of better treatments for blood cancer

As students begin a new school term this week, the Irish Cancer Society has today announced funding for a new major cancer research scholarship, all made possible through the public’s generous support.

NUI Galway Hosts Irish Dairy Processing Workshop

NUI Galway-led research project, ‘DairyWater’ recently hosted a workshop on achieving sustainability within the dairy processing industry.

Become a Scientist at NUI Galway’s Bio-EXPLORERS Summer Science...

NUI Galway’s School of Natural Sciences Bio-EXPLORERS programme, in collaboration with Kitchen Chemistry, is now taking bookings for its two Summer Science Camps, one running from 4-8 July and the second from 11-15 July.