Maynooth University will be a leading research partner in a new Co-Centre for Climate + Biodiversity and Water, one of two research centres to receive joint funding of €70 million from the Irish and UK governments.
Date: Wednesday, 29 November 2023
Maynooth University researchers are set to receive over €5 million in funding from Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) under the Frontiers for the Future Programme, to tackle a range of topics such as renewable energy, climate change, food security, astronomy, immunology and cognitive science.
Date: Tuesday, 30 May 2023
It was with great sadness that we heard of the death of Prof. Chris King of Northeastern University on the 15th of March 2023.
Date: Friday, 24 March 2023
Maynooth University is collaborating on research into the future of drone flights as part of an initiative to accelerate the potential of drones across local governments in Ireland.
Date: Wednesday, 15 June 2022
European-wide network designed to educate the public, industry government of the benefits of Earth Observation data launched today at MU
Date: Wednesday, 25 May 2022
Maynooth University's research on sea level trends in Dublin Bay over eight decades has confirmed elevated rates of sea level rise in recent years.
Date: Thursday, 28 April 2022
Two Maynooth University research projects have been shortlisted for the SFI-Defence Organisation Innovation Challenge.
Date: Thursday, 17 February 2022
An innovative new project will revolutionise how we measure and monitor biodiversity. The innovative Nature+Energy project aims to maximise the benefits of biodiversity on wind farms and enhance habitats through wind farm management for conservation.
Date: Monday, 05 July 2021
STEM-Passport for Inclusion project (STEMP.inc), led by Dr Katriona O’Sullivan to be funded under €5.2m SFI Ireland Discover Programme
Minister Harris Announces €5.2 Million Investment by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) in 49 Public Engagement and Education Initiatives
Date: Monday, 22 March 2021
A new study by scientists from Ireland, Britain and Germany has found that the Gulf Stream System, also known as the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC), is at its weakest in over a millennium.
Date: Friday, 26 February 2021