Spotlight on Research

Music – Orbit – Gordon Delap – Maynooth University

Orbit - a virtual masterpiece

Dr Gordon Delap from the Department of Music has composed a piece of music using never-heard-before sounds generated by a completely new musical instrument.

Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Climate Change flooding- Maynooth University

Taking personal responsibility for climate change adaptation

New research published by Dr Conor Murphy and Prof John Sweeney from the Dept of Geography shows that adaptation to climate change is likely to take place not as a smooth, planned process but as a series of crises which will cause major disruption.

Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Biology - Lab containers - Maynooth University

Breakthrough in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Research

Prof Paul Moynagh and his resarch team in the Department of Biology have made a breakthrough discovery by identifying a protein ‘Pellino3’ that may protect against inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohn’s disease.

Tuesday, 12 November 2013

Research - Beemune - Maynooth University

Creating a buzz in the bee industry

Beemune, a spin-out company from Maynooth University stands to create a buzz in the migratory bee industry, which has suffered devastating declines in hive populations in recent years.

Wednesday, 21 August 2013

Incredible Years - Child at Play - Girl - Maynooth University

The Bold Step

Dr Sinéad McGilloway, and team, from the Dept of Psychology are carrying out the largest systematic study of an early years behaviour programme in Ireland based on The Incredible Years Parents, Teachers and Children Training Series.

Thursday, 20 June 2013

Antropology - Collection box - Patty Gray - Maynooth University

Does Charity Wound?

A country’s position on the spectrum from donor to aid recipient plays a very important role in its projected image. Dr Patty Gray of the Department of Anthropology in Maynooth University is studying the global aid dynamic, and the unintended consequences of state sponsored humanitarianism.

Thursday, 20 June 2013

Computer Science - Computer Circuit - Research 1 - Maynooth University

Keeping Ireland in the quantum computing race

Dr Vala and his research team work in a highly specialised area known as topological quantum computing which offers the prospect of powerful quantum computers that are also naturally fault-tolerant.

Wednesday, 05 June 2013

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