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New study shows parent power may be best for kids with ADHD symptoms

A new study launched today by children’s charity Archways, shows promising results for young Irish children with ADHD symptoms and suggests that training for parents may derive the greatest benefits for kids.

Thursday, 21 November 2013

New issue of Interface

New issue of Interface

Thursday, 21 November 2013

Rhetoric House - Maynooth University

Geography Awareness Week 2013 at Maynooth University Geography

Geography Awareness Week 2013

Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Academic staff and postgraduates attend recent ACT Contextual Behavioural Science Conference

A team of Maynooth University academic staff and postgraduate researchers recently attended the first ACT Contextual Behavioural Science Conference in Central London

Friday, 15 November 2013

Geography - Mary Gilmartin - Maynooth University

Science Week Talk 11 Nov

Science Week Talk 11 Nov: Mary Gilmartin: Lies and Damned Lies: Finding the Extraordinary in Statistics

Monday, 11 November 2013

Fear Research Bryan Roche

Dr. Bryan Roche's Fear Research covered in popular media

A recent science report in The Irish Times on the psychology and physiology of the fear response featured the research and views of Dr. Bryan Roche. The article, which was published to coincide with Halloween, was picked up by several radio stations, on which Dr. Roche was later interviewed.

Thursday, 07 November 2013

Library- Ken Saro Wiwa Book Launch- Maynooth University

Maynooth University publishes book and audio archive to mark 18th anniversary of Ken Saro-Wiwa’s death

Oil companies continue to seek strategies to evade their liabilities and responsibility while Nigeria's leaders continue to squander his legacy to the region.’ Dr Owens Wiwa

Thursday, 07 November 2013

​IRISH RESEARCH TEAM SHINES LIGHT ON MALE INFERTILITY

A research team led by Professor Kay Ohlendieck from Maynooth University ’s Department of Biology has determined the molecular mechanisms of a particular form of sperm abnormalities called globozoospermia and found that the abnormal morphology of sperm cells plays a crucial role in infertility.

Thursday, 17 October 2013

IRISH RESEARCH TEAM SHINES LIGHT ON MALE INFERTILITY

A research team led by Professor Kay Ohlendieck from Maynooth University ’s Department of Biology has determined the molecular mechanisms of a particular form of sperm abnormalities called globozoospermia and found that the abnormal morphology of sperm cells plays a crucial role in infertility.

Thursday, 17 October 2013

Geography Department Seminar Series

Seism - Siobhán McDonald, UCD Artist in Residence

Wednesday, 16 October 2013

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