14 December, 2011
UCD researchers have identified a novel biomarker that can identify those women with breast cancer who will have a poor response to tamoxifen, one of the principal anti-hormone drugs used to treat the disease.
14 December, 2011
What happens when living cells take up nanoparticles, those tiny entities that could offer new ways of delivering drugs into the body?
13 December, 2011
Scientists at University College Dublin, Ireland, have identified a genetic alteration which causes a child to be born with no eyes – a condition called anophthalmia.
06 December, 2011
If you have ever paid for something online with your credit card, you have probably wondered whether prying eyes could view your precious account information as you sent it into the ether.
29 November, 2011
APC Ltd, a new pharmaceutical research and technologies company, has won the NovaUCD 2011 Start-Up Award after being declared overall winner of the 16th NovaUCD Campus Company Development Programme.
24 November, 2011
New research findings by UCD scientists may help clinicians predict how patients with high grade, serous, epithelial ovarian cancer will respond to paclitaxel chemotherapy
16 November, 2011
By applying 21st-century genetic technology to our understanding of evolution, an international team involving UCD has highlighted important steps in how present-day mammals - including ourselves - arose
09 November, 2011
Next time you watch a TV programme that cracks a crime using DNA evidence, tip your hat to the microbe that makes it all possible.
04 November, 2011
Professor Da-Wen Sun, Professor of Food and Biosystems Engineering at UCD School of Biosystems Engineering, has been awarded membership of the Academia Europaea.
26 October, 2011
A new European Research Council funded project, jointly led by UCD’s Prof Frederic Dias, will literally shed light on the mysteries behind freak waves in the ocean - by looking at how such waves can arise in optical systems.