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Niamh O'Connell, a Stage 2 UCD Chemical & Bioprocess Engineering student, one of two recipients of the Sanofi Future Female Leaders Scholarship 2019.Two high-achieving students from University College Dublin (UCD) have been awarded Sanofi Future Female Leader Scholarships by the global biopharmaceutical company who employ almost 800 people at their campus in Waterford.
Ruth Moore, a 2nd year BSc (Hons) in Physics student and Niamh O’Connell, a 2nd year student on the Bachelor of Engineering (Chemical & Bioprocess Engineering) were presented with their awards today at the facility in Waterford.
Engineering design to solve long-term problems in energy storage and medicineEngineers solve problems, and Dr Philip Donnellan currently has two main problems in mind. One is how to store energy generated from renewable sources such as wind or solar, so that we can capture that energy when it is plentiful and use it at a later time when we need it.
NIBRT announce collaboration with University College DublinNIBRT announce collaboration with University College Dublin, to re-design the MEngSc Biopharmaceutical Engineering
This two year part-time programme is designed to provide substantial coverage of the scientific, technical, management and regulatory issues associated with the biopharmaceutical industry. This programme will offer an internationally recognised, high quality flexible curriculum, which follows the latest developments in science and technology. This programme is suitable for Science and Engineering graduates currently working in the pharmaceutical or biopharmaceutical industry who are looking to progress their career by obtaining a qualification which is highly relevant to the biopharmaceutical industry
Science Foundation Ireland 2018 Science Awards recognise key leaders in the Irish Research CommunityThe winners of the prestigious 2018 Science Foundation Ireland Awards were revealed at the annual SFI Science Summit on November 12th. Joined by over 350 leading members of the Irish research community, Science Foundation Ireland is celebrating their researchers’ contributions to Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.
John Carey is announced as the 2018 UCD Alumni Award Winner in Engineering & ArchitectureThank you to all the Schools and individuals who submitted a nomination this year. The competition was strong across all 10 categories and John Carey was chosen as the Engineering and Architecture awardee. John was presented with this prestigious award at the Alumni Awards Ceremony in the O’Reilly Hall, 9 November 2018.
Intel awards bursaries and employee mentors to 16 UCD graduate studentsIntel has reconfirmed its strategic partnership with University College Dublin awarding bursaries to sixteen graduate students in Science, Engineering and related fields.
Alongside €3000 to support their academic studies, each awardee will be linked with an Intel employee mentor to provide them with guidance and advice on career development.