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Nui Galway Scientists Selected By European Space Agency For Gravitational Wave Spacecraft Study

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NUI Galway scientists picked by ESA for gravitational wave spacecraft study
(Jun 2019) Scientists from the Applied Optics group in the School of Physics at NUI Galway have been selected by the European Space Agency to carry out a study to detect gravitational waves from many different

On the right wave length… surfer scientist Easkey Britton on the extraordinary effects of water
(Jun 2019) she is also a scientist, academic (you can call her Dr Britton) and social activist, always working with and through the medium of the ocean. Log In New to Independent.ie? Create an account She is a

NUI Galway scientists selected by European Space Agency for gravitational wave spacecraft study
(Jun 2019)   Engineers Journal

Scientists selected to carry out a study to detect gravitational waves from many different kinds of sources, such as massive stars rotating each other, or black .

‘Permanent careers for Irish researchers don’t exist outside public agencies’
(since May, 2019)   Siliconrepublic.com

Dr Jenny Hanafin of ICHEC at NUI Galway is helping to develop a satellite data archive for all of Ireland to tap into.

First record of Golden kelp in Belmullet
(since May, 2019)   Mayo Advertiser

Researchers from the NUI Galway and the University of Alabama at Birmingham, using samples collected by citizen science recorders from a Seasearch Ireland .

The Green Wave: The new breed of eco-councillors
(since May, 2019)   The Green News

May 26th, 2019. With more than half of the seats now filled in the local elections, it is clear that a Green Wave has washed over Ireland. While the traditional twin .

DCU start-up SepTec among the finalists for SFI Future Innovator Prize
(Jun 2019)   Dublin City University

Ministers Humphreys and Halligan announce six finalists competing for €1 million SFI Future Innovator Prize Dublin. Minister for Business, Enterprise and .

Earth Observation and space innovation-driven entrepreneurs and enterprises in Ireland encouraged to participate in Hackathon led by ICHEC founded at NUI Galway
(many weeks now)   Irish Tech News

The Irish Centre for High End Computing (ICHEC), has announced Ireland’s first Copernicus Hackathon, aimed at promoting the Earth Observation (EO) services .

NUI Galway researcher trying to limit ‘brain poking’ by neurosurgeons
(some months now)   Siliconrepublic.com

NUI Galway’s James Blackwell is trying to develop ‘stiffness’ maps of the brain to reduce the need for surgeons to physically poke in people’s brains.

Two rising stars of Irish science to train at ESA after competition win
(months ago)   Siliconrepublic.com

The Irish Research Council has selected two budding Irish scientists to travel to ESA to hone their skills following a national competition.

Senior appointments at NUI Galway announced
(since May, 2019)   Engineers Journal

NUI Galway has announced four new senior appointments to lead the university’s work in internationalisation, science and engineering, university development .

‘Every breath we take contains some amount of aerosols’
(since Feb, 2019)   Siliconrepublic.com

Dr Jurgita Ovadnevaite is a postdoctoral researcher at the SFI MaREI centre at NUI Galway who is attempting to better understand air pollution.

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