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Fergal O'Reilly NovaUCD Innovation Award

UCD Physicist Receives the 2019 NovaUCD Innovation Award

NovaUCD today announced the winners of its annual Innovation Awards. A total of 7 Awards, including the 2019 NovaUCD Innovation Award, were revealed during a virtual event, to highlight successes made in areas of commercialisation, consultancy, entrepreneurship and the promotion of an innovation culture, by members of the UCD community.

Read more at NovaUCD Innovation Awards...

Two leading University College Dublin researchers were named winners at the 2019 Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Awards. Professor Kevin O’Connor was declared SFI Researcher of the Year for his pioneering work in bioeconomy, while Professor William Gallagher, from the UCD School of Biomolecular and Biomedical Science, received the SFI Entrepreneurship Award.

Read the full new post on the UCD Homepage.

Minister Eoghan Murphy has announced UCD scientist, Professor Tasman Crowe, Director of the UCD Earth Institute and Associate Dean of Science in UCD, as the chair of a new expert group to advise Government on the expansion of Ireland’s existing network of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs).

Read the full article "UCD scientist to chair expert group advising Government on marine protected areas" on the UCD University Relations website. 


Cancer Researchers at University College Dublin Lead Development of New Test to Detect Prostate Cancer

Cancer researchers at University College Dublin (UCD) have led the development of a new test which uses urine to detect prostate cancer, in research supported by the Irish Cancer Society. Read more...

Date Posted: 10 May 2019

L-R: Oisín Morgan, Louise Gannon, Marina Cunningham, Krzysztof Wroblewski, Ronan Coleman,
Scott McElhinney, Rebecca O’Mahoney. Absent from photo: David Watters.

Posted - 29 October 2019

At the Society of Actuaries Annual Convention 2019, eight UCD Actuarial & Financial Studies Stage 1 and Stage 2 students presented material from their group projects that investigated the wider usefulness of the actuarial skillset. 


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