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2016-06-17T10:04:29+00:00By Brian Mooney|
The inter regnum in policy decisions in Irish education is over as Minister Bruton rolls out decisions on a daily basis.
2016-05-30T19:22:11+00:00By Brian Mooney|
The education community - along with the whole country - is waiting for the formation of a Government and the appointment of a Minister for Education and Skills.
2016-06-26T16:37:24+00:00By Brian Mooney|
Education did not catch fire with the electorate, which suggests that Irish people accept the balance between State and parent funding...
2016-05-30T18:08:25+00:00By Staff correspondent|
A new ambitious collaborative project, coordinated by DCU academic Gabriel-Miro Muntean, will be launched this month with a budget of €6.5m.
2016-05-30T18:27:23+00:00By Staff correspondent|
New visionary Studio at DCU Institute of Education will help student teachers and schools develop creative approaches to teaching STEM subjects.
Just over 100 years ago, in November 1915, Albert Einstein presented his new formulation of space, time and gravity.
2016-05-30T18:17:55+00:00By Anne Clarke|
At this time of year, the country’s 15-17 year olds are facing the fear of making ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ choices that will open or close doors for the rest of their lives. Or so they are led to believe...
2016-05-30T18:21:15+00:00By Diogo Gomes|
Utilitarianism is defined as a system of ethics according to which the right or wrong of an action should be judged by its consequences.
2016-06-01T13:08:46+00:00By Staff correspondent|
Biomedical Researchers have developed the first in Ireland synchronised beating heart cells from human pluripotent stem (iPS) cells made from skin biopsy.
2016-05-30T18:44:00+00:00By Staff correspondent|
Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) and Pfizer are working together to support researchers in Ireland in finding potential new therapies for patients with unmet needs.
2016-05-30T18:44:32+00:00By Staff correspondent|
Researchers at the new Nutrition Research Centre Ireland in WIT are to examine the effects of a nutritional supplement on people with early memory problems.
2016-06-17T10:44:59+00:00By Staff correspondent|
This unique programme at DCU supports planning for continued ‘life with purpose’.
2016-06-01T13:10:08+00:00By Staff correspondent|
Details of a new scholarship scheme for postgraduate students has been announced by NUI Galway’s School of Humanities.
2016-05-31T11:19:15+00:00By Staff correspondent|
Apprenticeship training in Ireland is set to be transformed by the introduction of a new honours degree programme delivered by IT Sligo.
The book deals with mysteries that bring different clients to private eye pair Fred and Pete and each episode is solved with a lesson in elementary math.
It seems proper that late last year the Princeton University Press brought out a book covering ‘the personal, scientific and public spheres of Einstein’s life’ to mark the centenary of his celebrated 1915 paper.
2016-05-30T18:51:02+00:00By Caroline Duggan|
The Educational Company of Ireland (Edco) was founded in 1910. Since then the company has grown to become one of [...]