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Dr. Ian Marder publishes article on Irish restorative justice research

Based on research funded by the Department of Justice, the article analyses and contextualises the main findings from a recent study that investigated the extent to which restorative justice and practices are used in Irish criminal justice.

Tuesday, 17 May 2022

Electronic Engineering - John Ringwood Lab - Maynooth University

Top 10 Engineering and Technology Scientists in Ireland

​8 MaREI Researchers listed in the Top 10 Engineering and Technology Scientists in Ireland

Friday, 13 May 2022

DAAD Scholarship for History PhD Student

Congratulations to Thomas Appleby on the award of a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service

Wednesday, 11 May 2022

Joanne Cusack publishes new article on A Woman's Heart in New Hibernia Review.

A Woman's Heart in New Hibernia Review.

Wednesday, 11 May 2022

Does hybrid work indeed offer the best of both remote and office worlds? A podcast with Dr. Tatiana Andreeva

What questions should employees ask themselves when making the choice between remote and office?

Wednesday, 11 May 2022

SFI ‘Frontiers for the Future’ programme

MU researchers awarded €4.8m 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

Dr. Irene Mosca awarded Novartis prize for Health Economics at the 2022 Irish Economics Association meetings.

Dr. Irene Mosca awarded Novartis prize for best paper in the area of Health Economics at the 2022 Irish Economics Association Annual Conference.

Monday, 09 May 2022

Tobias Lock contributes to Academy of European Law’s 30 years-30 cases series

Prof Lock discussed the Court’s Opinion 2/94, in which the Court of Justice held that the EU did not have the competence to accede to the European Convention on Human Rights.

Friday, 06 May 2022

'Family Rhythms: The Changing Textures of Family Life in Ireland' co-authored by Prof Jane Gray features in Irish Examiner piece

'Family Rhythms: The Changing Textures of Family Life in Ireland' book co-authored by Prof Jane Gray of Maynooth University, Sociology Department features in this Irish Examiner piece on the changing paths to parenthood in Ireland

Wednesday, 04 May 2022

Research Update: Horizon Europe & EU Funding

We would like to share our latest issue of our Maynooth University Horizon Europe & EU Funding Newsletter

Tuesday, 03 May 2022

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