Tyndall is leading the way in ‘game changing’ technology in the digital health sector

More than €4 million will be invested in a digital health project to bring a potentially lifesaving smart cardiac monitoring patch to life. An innovative new technology could revolutionise the digital health sector and in turn, crucially alleviate some of the stress on the healthcare system. ‘SmartVista’ is a wearable biosensor which tracts patient data as…

UCC launches transformational academic strategy

Photo: Gerard McCarthy Photography This UCC launched an ambitious and transformational academic strategy that will transform the UCC learning experience and landscape for the future. The UCC Academic Strategy outlines a new and holistic approach to education that champions the capacity for independent thinking and enquiry, equipping students with the skills required for our rapidly…

Cork-based INFANT Centre research leads to breakthrough treatment for peanut allergy

Photo: Diane Cusack The world’s largest peanut allergy treatment trial, involving more than 30 Irish children, has found that a new oral treatment can successfully reduce sensitivity to peanuts, and offers a real lifeline to those affected by the most common food allergy and the single cause of most food allergy deaths. Through his work as Principal Investigator at the INFANT Centre, Professor of Paediatrics and…

Over €16,000 raised for Breakthrough Cancer Research from Teddy Daly Memorial Climb

Dr Pat Forde, Researcher, UCC; Jesse Wiesblatt, Breakthrough Cancer Research; Maria Collins, Noreen Daly, Liam Daly and family members pictured presenting proceeds of second annual Teddy Daly Memorial Climb to Breakthrough Cancer Research funded pancreatic researchers led by Dr Patrick Forde. Photo: Gerard McCarthy Noreen Daly from Donoughmore, Dr Patrick Forde from the Cancer Research…

UCC’s Environmental Research Institute launches a 66k euro Atmospheric Monitoring Station

UCC’s Environmental Research Institute launches a 66k euro Atmospheric Monitoring Station which will will feed into the recently expanded National Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Programme run by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which aims to deliver enhanced air quality information for Ireland in real-time.

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