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The trial of Ratko Mladić – An Insider’s View

  The Cluster on Conflict, Humanitarianism and Security co-hosted a seminar with the Irish Centre for Human Rights on the prosecution of Ratko Mladić on Wednesday 14 March 2018. The well-attended seminar was given by Jonas Nilsson, former Senior Legal Officer advising the Trial Chamber at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in the Hague. In this… | Read on »

Call for Papers- Journal of International Entrepreneurship Special Issue on: Looking Inside Born Globals and International New Ventures-Strategic Orientations for International Growth

Call for Papers JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP Special Issue on: Looking Inside Born Globals and International New Ventures: Strategic Orientations for International Growth Final Deadline for submissions: 31st July 2018   Guest Editors: Natasha Evers Marketing Discipline, J.E. Cairnes School of Business & Economics, National University of Ireland, Galway Email: natasha.evers@nuigalway.ie   Gabriela Gliga Marketing Discipline,… | Read on »

Christine Domegan and Patricia McHugh have launched a new report ‘ Healthcare Worker Flu Vaccination and Strategy’

HSE recommends that all healthcare workers (HCW) in Irish health services receive the seasonal influenza vaccination each year. The recommended national uptake target is 40%. Compared to adults working in nonhealthcare settings, HCWs are at significantly higher risk of influenza1. Achieving a high uptake of influenza vaccination among HCWs is recognised as a vital infection… | Read on »

SFI awards €2.8m in funding to five leaders in Irish science policy

SFI awards- 2.8m in funding to five leaders in Irish science policy Silicon Republic (Web) (Main), 26/02/2018, Unattributed for both postdoctoral researchers and PhD students, for a period of up to four years. The winners include: Prof Helena Lenihan, University of Limerick Prof John McHale, NUI Galway Prof Kalpana Shankar, University College Dublin Dr Alma… | Read on »

MOSES: “Maritime, Ocean Sector and Ecosystem Sustainability: fostering blue growth in Atlantic marine industries” Kick of meeting at NUI Galway

NUI Galway was delighted to welcome partners from Ireland, UK, France, Spain and Portugal to NUI Galway this week for the MOSES kick off meeting.  The MOSES project is funded through the EU’s Northern Periphery & Arctic (NPA) Interreg programme. The MOSES project will examine the ‘blue’ growth path for the sustainable development of the… | Read on »

New EPA report by SEMRU researchers launched ‘Valuing Ireland’s Coastal, Marine and Estuarine Ecosystem Services’

New EPA report by SEMRU researchers launched An EPA report on the economic value of Ireland’s marine and coastal ecosystems has just been published [EPA Research Report No 239:  Valuing Ireland’s Coastal, Marine and Estuarine Ecosystem Services]. The work undertaken by SEMRU researchers, Daniel Norton and Stephen Hynes, and John Boyd from the Galway Mayo… | Read on »