New Data Hub launched by AIRO and Women for Election
Innovative Data Hub launched by Women for Election and the All-Island Research Observatory (AIRO) in Maynooth University
Friday, 26 May 2023
‘Boss Burgers’ and ‘Bad Ass Bacon’ win Student Enterprise Competition
Gavyn Pedley, a third-year Entrepreneurship student, has been awarded first prize in the Maynooth University 2015 Student Enterprise Competition for his meat-and-dairy-free vegetarian meats: ‘Boss Burgers’ and ‘Bad Ass Bacon.’
Wednesday, 13 May 2015
2015 Alumni Geography Lecture
Ar an 7 Bealtaine, tháinig beagnach 100 alumnus de chuid Mhá Nuad le chéile chun éisteacht leis na torthaí taighde is déanaí á gcur i láthair ag painéal d’eolaithe aeráide ó Roinn Tíreolaíochta na hollscoile, roinn a bhfuil aitheantas idirnáisiúnta bainte amach aici.
Friday, 08 May 2015
What Can Europe Learn from Latin America’s Experience of Austerity?
The experiences of Latin America during times of economic crisis should serve as a cautionary tale for European policy makers, warned Eduardo Silva, Professor of Political Science at Tulane University in New Orleans, speaking at the inaugural Maynooth University Visiting Scholar Lecture Series.
Wednesday, 06 May 2015
Using body clock improves patient outcomes for rheumatoid arthritis
The treatment of rheumatoid arthritis can be enhanced by tailoring patients’ treatment to their circadian rhythm, commonly referred to as the body clock. A team of scientists from Maynooth, Berlin, Vienna and Basel have found evidence that co-ordinating the time of treatment with the timing of disease symptoms can increase the effectiveness of such treatments, reducing joint pain and stiffness for patients.
Thursday, 30 April 2015
Maynooth University Academics recognised by Association of American Geographers
The Association of American Geographers (AAG), the largest and most respected organisation of geographers in the world, has recognised two Maynooth University academics, conferring the AAG Media Achievement Award on Professor Rob Kitchin and naming Professor Gerry Kearns as its Distinguished Historical Geographer for 2015.
Wednesday, 29 April 2015
Call for Travellers’ right to be acknowledged as a minority ethnic group in Irish society
The Irish government should act immediately to respect Travellers’ right to be acknowledged as a minority ethnic group in Irish society, said Anastasia Crickley, Head of Applied Social Studies at Maynooth University and Vice President of the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) at a recent seminar.
Tuesday, 28 April 2015
Maths Support Centres play pivotal role in retention and progression of third level students
Tá ról maighdeogach ag Ionaid Tacaíochta Matamaitice i dtaca le mic léinn matamaitice tríú leibhéal a choimeád agus cabhrú leo chun dul chun cinn.
Friday, 24 April 2015
Instinct or Method Acting?: The human fascination with animal performance
At a seminar exploring the role of animals on stage and screen, Professor Maria Pramagiorrie outlines how Brony fandom — which also includes women — is a complicated and multi-dimensional phenomenon that demands careful and nuanced discussion.
Thursday, 23 April 2015
New research examines motivation behind water protests
New research conducted by Dr Rory Hearne of the Maynooth University Department of Geography has found that the recent water protests were motivated by a range of factors, aside from water charges.
Tuesday, 21 April 2015
Ollscoil Mhá Nuad agus Ionad an Léinn Forbartha Chamaí ag comhoibriú ar chláir chéime agus fochéime nua
Maynooth University and Kimmage Development Studies Centre have signed a statement of intent that extends their partnership to include additional undergraduate programmes and new postgraduate programmes.
Thursday, 09 April 2015