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MU records highest ever number of CAO applications

Maynooth University has recorded its highest ever number of CAO applications. The record number is in line with a general upward trend of applications to the University over recent years.

Wednesday, 09 March 2022

SFI ‘Frontiers for the Future’ programme

MU researchers awarded €5m under SFI Frontiers for the Future programme

Maynooth University researchers are set to receive €4.8 million in funding from Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) under the Frontiers for the Future Programme, to tackle a range of topics such as crop resistance, water pollutants, DNA, artificial intelligence and rising sea levels.

Tuesday, 10 May 2022

Rising sea levels

Maynooth University research confirms elevated rates of sea-level rise in Dublin

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.

Thursday, 28 April 2022

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€2.4 million ERC award to MU Prof Rob Kitchin for research on Irish property data

Maynooth University researcher, Professor Rob Kitchin has been awarded a €2.4 million European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant for his groundbreaking project that will document in detail property data for Dublin and examine how these data are used as an evidence base for public policy, planning, and commercial decision-making.

Tuesday, 26 April 2022

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MU researchers lead team to address UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

Maynooth team will focus on maternal and neonatal mortality

Monday, 11 April 2022

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MU Faculty of Arts, Celtic Studies, and Philosophy achieves Athena Swan Bronze Award

The Maynooth University Faculty of Arts, Celtic Studies, and Philosophy has been awarded the Athena Swan Bronze Award, in recognition of work undertaken to advance gender equality for staff and students in Higher Education.

Thursday, 31 March 2022

ethnic minority women quota to tackle underrepresentation

Report recommends ethnic minority women quota to tackle underrepresentation

Women candidate quotas for Irish elections should incorporate a quota for ethnic minority women to help tackle the issue of their underrepresentation in elected office, according to a report published today.

Thursday, 31 March 2022

Research on Hybrid work

MU research finds staff training is key to effective hybrid work

New research at Maynooth University indicates benefits to hybrid working, but also a need for training for employees, including line managers, on how to work effectively within a hybrid model.

Monday, 21 March 2022

MU records highest ever number of CAO applications

Maynooth University has recorded its highest ever number of CAO applications. The record number is in line with a general upward trend of applications to the University over recent years.

Wednesday, 09 March 2022

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Maynooth University Statement on Ukraine

Maynooth University condemns the invasion of Ukraine and we extend our deepest sympathy at this dark hour to all our Ukrainian colleagues, students and graduates as they anxiously await word from friends and family fleeing their homes.

Friday, 25 February 2022

This visualization of the European Jet Stream overlaid on the globe, focussed on the Atlantic Ocean and Europe

MU research shows jet stream moving northwards and increasing in speed

New research at Maynooth University’s ICARUS Climate Research Centre has found that the jet stream is moving northwards and increasing in speed, influencing storm activity and temperature patterns across the Northern Hemisphere.

Tuesday, 22 February 2022

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