Chief Scientific Adviser for Wales Seeking to Grow Research Links Between Irish and Welsh Universities
Professor Peter Halligan, an internationally renowned psychologist and neuroscientist, and Chief Scientific Adviser to the Welsh Government, today delivered a keynote address at University College Dublin (UCD).
During his address Professor Halligan outlined the Welsh Government’s aim to maintain and grow its extensive research collaborations with Irish and European Union partners, including UCD, in order to continue to generate high impact research leading to future prosperity for all partners.
Heriot-Watt University’s new £19 million GRID reached a major milestone on 25 February.
Construction work on the state-of-the-art project has now been completed by the building contractors, Bowmer & Kirkland, allowing the university to progress onto its next phase.
Over the coming weeks, a host of cutting-edge technology including IT systems and a games studio will be installed in the building ahead of its formal opening this autumn.
Minerva Business Angels partners with Aston University and University of Birmingham Enterprise to launch new angel investor network for Birmingham
Aston University and University of Birmingham Enterprise have teamed up with Minerva, one of the UK’s largest traditional angel investor networks, to expand the funding opportunities available to start-up businesses in the West Midlands by launching a network of ‘business angels with insight’ for Birmingham.
University College Dublin Partnering in New €4 million Psychoeducational Cancer Support Research Project
University College Dublin (UCD) researchers are partnering in a new, pan-European and multidisciplinary research project to evaluate which psychosocial and educational interventions are most effective in supporting people with advanced cancer and their family caregivers.
Pictured are Julie Sinnamon, CEO, Enterprise Ireland and Tom Flanagan, UCD Director of Enterprise and Commercialisation.
Image: County Council deputy leader Byron Rhodes, front, right, with Professor Tracy Bhamra, Pro-Vice Chancellor (Enterprise) at Loughborough University signal the start of work on The Access Group's new HQ at the University's Science and Education Park . Also pictured, back, from left, are: Alistair McCallum, regional director, Wates Group, Evan Puzey, divisional marketing director for The Access Group, and Adrian Ceney, partner at Pick Everard
A research report published this month has identified several key themes to help UK businesses commit to addressing issues surrounding gender balance in leadership roles in 2019.
From left, CEO Roy Valentine, NETPark Manager Janet Todd, Operations Director Stuart Penny, Business Durham's MD Brian Archer and Councillor Carl Marshall of Durham County Council.
A CUTTING edge chemical and research development company, whose work is contributing to medical discoveries across the world, is expanding into new premises at the North East’s premier science and technology park.
Discovery Park, a park playing a key role in the South East of England’s life sciences community, has announced the appointment of Chris Broom as Head of Business Development.
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