Whitaker Institute for Innovation and Societal Change
At the forefront of a new generation, bringing imagination and innovation to influence some of the great challenges facing Ireland and Europe now and in the future.
Event Location QA132, Mons. John Hynes Boardroom (in the Quadrangle)
Event Location MY243, Áras Moyola
The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO), in partnership with NUI Galway and the National College of Ireland, has published findings of a large-scale survey... | Read on »
Dianne H.B. Welsh, Hayes Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship and Founding Director of the Entrepreneurship Programs at The University of North Carolina Greensboro, is the 2015... | Read on »
Featured Projects & Infrastructure
The European Academic Network for Open Innovation (OI-Net) consists of 52 Partners from 35 countries is an EU co-financed project. It is identifying the needs,... | Read on »
TOPIK brings together an international multidisciplinary group of researchers who are pioneering research and advancing our knowledge into the realities that scientists as principal investigators face in leading and managing large scale funded research projects. ...
STYLE is a research project that aims to examine the obstacles and opportunities affecting youth employment in Europe. The project includes 25 research partners, an... | Read on »
The Marine Atlantic Regions Network is an EU transnational co-operation project involving 10 partners from the five member states in the Atlantic Area. The project aims to develop a methodology to create and collate comparable marine socio-economic data across the Atlantic regions. This data ...
This project will identify current issues and practices in agile and lean decision processes; develop and implement optimal solutions in industry; and evaluate their effectiveness over time. This includes developing, deploying and evaluating commercialisable software tools and control mechanisms to support agile and lean decision processes and project management.