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92 years of the Leaving Cert – Was Science more difficult in 1925?

Former students often declare that the Leaving Cert was much harder in the past, but what were the exams actually like?

Thursday, 16 November 2017

Prof Martin Downes - TEN Launch

Challenging Climate Change & Hunger in Africa

Maynooth University has launced an innovative new Masters in ‘Transformative Community Development’. The new Masters programme, established as part of the TEN-Hunger Project (Transformative Engagement Network), is funded by Irish Aid and the HEA and brings together over thirty academics across disciplines to focus on climate change and food security in vulnerable communities in Zambia and Malawi.

Thursday, 06 February 2014

Oliver Jeffers Exhibits at Illuminations

The 2014 Maynooth University Illuminations Exhibition will commence with the extraordinary work of Irish artist and illustrator Oliver Jeffers.

Wednesday, 05 February 2014

Law - Liam Herrick

Adjunct Law Lecturer Appointed Advisor to President Higgins

Maynooth University Adjunct Senior Lecturer in Law, Liam Herrick, has been appointed Special Advisor to President Michael D. Higgins.

Tuesday, 28 January 2014

EDEN University Centre for Entrepreneurship, Design & Innovation

EDEN launches 2014 Student Entrepreneur Challenge

EDEN launches 2014 Student Entrepreneur Challenge Entries for €10,000 prize fund to be submitted by Valentine’s Day

Monday, 27 January 2014

Vaccine Development for Whooping Cough

Maynooth University team plays key role in vaccine development for whooping cough.

Friday, 24 January 2014

New treatments for childhood diabetes

New treatments for childhood diabetes.

Friday, 17 January 2014

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Health benefits of music, rhythm and movement

Maynooth University is a major partner in a €3 million EU funded project exploring the links between music and its impact on our movement and health. The project, BeatHealth, is focusing on the benefits of rhythmic stimulation in order to improve mobility, with a dual emphasis on how we exercise and on Parkinson’s disease.

Tuesday, 14 January 2014

Golf - Gary Hurley meets Arnold Palmer at the 2013 Palmer Cup

Maynooth Golf Scholar to play in the Patriot All America Tournament

Paddy Harrington Golf Scholar invited to play in the prestigious Patriot All American Tournament in Arizona, now recognised as one of the top 35 tournaments worldwide by elite amateur golfers. Gary Hurley finsihed 16th overall, 8 shots off the leader an excellent result among 83 other competitors.

Tuesday, 24 December 2013

Student Union's meet your GAA heroes day - Michael Darragh MacAuley with a young pupil and the Sam Maguire Trophy

Maynooth University Students Launch Community Engagement Week

Maynooth University ’s Students’ Union Community Engagement Week promotes deeper engagement between the university student body and the elderly and youth in the town.

Thursday, 05 December 2013

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Irish Scientists Team up to Work with China

A high level delegation of Irish scientists are currently in Beijing to develop cutting edge research partnerships. The delegation has been invited by leading Chinese Universities and follows a highly successful “Connect to China” event held in Carton House in Ireland which established links between Irish research and industry to access the Chinese market.

Wednesday, 04 December 2013

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