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ScienceBlogs
The Cleveland Clinic: Promoting dubious diet advice on Twitter and beyondprofessor of nutrition: “There’s no such thing as a superfood. It’s nonsense:
The Cleveland Clinic: Promoting dubious diet advice on Twitter and beyond
ScienceBlogs / Posted 3 days ago
professor of nutrition: “There’s no such thing as a superfood. It’s nonsense: just one of those marketing terms,” says University College Dublin professor of nutrition Mike Gibney, throwing on the garb of Ireland’s superfood Grinch. “There is... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
The Cleveland Clinic: Promoting dubious diet device on Twitter and beyondprofessor of nutrition: “There’s no such thing as a superfood. It’s nonsense:
The Cleveland Clinic: Promoting dubious diet device on Twitter and beyond
ScienceBlogs / Posted 3 days ago
professor of nutrition: “There’s no such thing as a superfood. It’s nonsense: just one of those marketing terms,” says University College Dublin professor of nutrition Mike Gibney, throwing on the garb of Ireland’s superfood Grinch. “There is... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Knowing too much about something might give you false memoriesmore knowledgeable about a subject were twice as likely to remember incidents r
Knowing too much about something might give you false memories
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
more knowledgeable about a subject were twice as likely to remember incidents relating to that topic that never happened. University College Dublin researchers asked 489 people to rank seven topics, including football, politics and science from... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Revealed: Which Ulster county is the most miserable in Ireland?this year from April 23 to May 22. It was created by Kathy Scott and Mari Kenne
Revealed: Which Ulster county is the most miserable in Ireland?
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
this year from April 23 to May 22. It was created by Kathy Scott and Mari Kennedy of Trailblazery. The data was analysed by Dr Anita McKeown from Smart Labs at University College Dublin, Angela McCourt from Trinity College Dublin, and Morna O'Hanl... Read more
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The Irish Times
What do the best paid graduates do in college?of technology and other educational institutes. Someone with 15+ years of exper
What do the best paid graduates do in college?
The Irish Times / Posted 7 days ago
of technology and other educational institutes. Someone with 15+ years of experience for example, and a degree from University College Dublin (UCD) will earn about €88,379 on average, compared with €45,000 for a graduate from the National... Read more
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The Irish Times
Turning those points into euros: what do the best paid graduates do in college?of technology and other educational institutes. Someone with 15+ years of exper
Turning those points into euros: what do the best paid graduates do in college?
The Irish Times / Posted 7 days ago
of technology and other educational institutes. Someone with 15+ years of experience for example, and a degree from University College Dublin (UCD) will earn about €88,379 on average, compared with €45,000 for a graduate from the National... Read more
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Raw Story
Was 5,300-old ‘Iceman Otzi’ a Copper Age fashionista?attire. Until now. A team led by Niall O’Sullivan, a researcher at the Institu
Was 5,300-old ‘Iceman Otzi’ a Copper Age fashionista?
Raw Story / Posted 10 days ago
attire. Until now. A team led by Niall O’Sullivan, a researcher at the Institute for Mummies and the Iceman in Italy (and University College Dublin), put nine samples from Otzi’s leather accoutrements under the microscope to determine their... Read more
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BC Local News
Surrey’s SCORE program wins North America goldseveral members of the Surrey NeuroTech Lab. SCORE’s success has even spawned
Surrey’s SCORE program wins North America gold
BC Local News / Posted 10 days ago
several members of the Surrey NeuroTech Lab. SCORE’s success has even spawned an international collaboration with the University College Dublin in Ireland. “As an initiative created, led, and operated by students for students, SCORE’s success... Read more
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Surrey Leader
Surrey’s SCORE program wins North America goldseveral members of the Surrey NeuroTech Lab. SCORE’s success has even spawned
Surrey’s SCORE program wins North America gold
Surrey Leader / Posted 10 days ago
several members of the Surrey NeuroTech Lab. SCORE’s success has even spawned an international collaboration with the University College Dublin in Ireland. “As an initiative created, led, and operated by students for students, SCORE’s success... Read more
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Newsmax
Otzi the Iceman Was Wearing Five Different Animals Hides When He Diedof the capacities to use so many different materials from different animals," R
Otzi the Iceman Was Wearing Five Different Animals Hides When He Died
Newsmax / Posted 10 days ago
of the capacities to use so many different materials from different animals," Ron Pinhasi, co-author of the research from University College, Dublin, told The Guardian. Otzi's use of both domestic and wild animals in the making of his clothing... Read more
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The Irish Times
Dublin Ghost Story Festival launches and Ulysses Centre gets green lightSt Stephen’s Green, is on course to open in summer 2018 after Dublin City Counc
Dublin Ghost Story Festival launches and Ulysses Centre gets green light
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
St Stephen’s Green, is on course to open in summer 2018 after Dublin City Council this week granted planning permission to University College Dublin. This partnership between UCD and the National Library of Ireland has the aim of celebrating... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
What a 5,300-old mummy wore to his graveand domestic populations available to them,” wrote the researchers from the EUR
What a 5,300-old mummy wore to his grave
WTKR Norfolk / Posted 10 days ago
and domestic populations available to them,” wrote the researchers from the EURAC’s Institute for Mummies and the Iceman, University College Dublin and University of Dublin, Trinity College. Otzi’s leather coat was stitched together from at least... Read more
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The Irish Times
Truth before beauty: how John B Yeats and James Joyce made case for Ulyssestalk on the importance of truth to another debating society in the same city. J
Truth before beauty: how John B Yeats and James Joyce made case for Ulysses
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
talk on the importance of truth to another debating society in the same city. Joyce’s talk on “Drama and Life” before the University College Dublin Literary and Historical Society on January 20th, 1900 carved out a position in opposition to what... Read more
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KCCI 8 Des Moines
What a 5,300-old mummy wore to his graveand domestic populations available to them," wrote the researchers from the EUR
What a 5,300-old mummy wore to his grave
KCCI 8 Des Moines / Posted 10 days ago
and domestic populations available to them," wrote the researchers from the EURAC's Institute for Mummies and the Iceman, University College Dublin and University of Dublin, Trinity College. Otzi's leather coat was stitched together from at least... Read more
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Irish Central
Interview: How Irish Nobel Prize winner in Medicine ended river blindnessProtestant you went to Trinity, or perhaps to Queen’s University Belfast. If yo
Interview: How Irish Nobel Prize winner in Medicine ended river blindness
Irish Central / Posted 10 days ago
Protestant you went to Trinity, or perhaps to Queen’s University Belfast. If you were a Roman Catholic you tended to go to University College Dublin, or University College Galway or Cork. That is the reality of how it was at the time. One of the... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Was 'Iceman Otzi' a Copper Age fashionista?attire. Until now. A team led by Niall O'Sullivan, a researcher at the Institu
Was 'Iceman Otzi' a Copper Age fashionista?
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 11 days ago
attire. Until now. A team led by Niall O'Sullivan, a researcher at the Institute for Mummies and the Iceman in Italy (and University College Dublin), put nine samples from Otzi's leather accoutrements under the microscope to determine their... Read more
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Daily Mail
Mystery of Ötzi the Iceman's clothing is solvedhave provided insights into his ancestry, diet, tools, lifestyle, health and at
Mystery of Ötzi the Iceman's clothing is solved
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
have provided insights into his ancestry, diet, tools, lifestyle, health and attire. In the latest study, researchers from University College Dublin, looked at nine fragments of leather from Ötzi's clothes and quiver, and were able to identify the... Read more
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The Irish Times
50 Irish graves to visit before you dieDublin The Jesuit priest, poet and classics teacher came to Dublin in 1884, whe
50 Irish graves to visit before you die
The Irish Times / Posted 11 days ago
Dublin The Jesuit priest, poet and classics teacher came to Dublin in 1884, when he got a job teaching Latin and Greek at University College Dublin. Hopkins found the city to be “a joyless place”, fell into a clinical depression and – having... Read more
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UEFA News
UEFA Champions League 2017 - Dundalk-Legia Preview – UEFA.comfirst time. Such exploits might turn some players, but McMillan has his feet fi
UEFA Champions League 2017 - Dundalk-Legia Preview – UEFA.com
UEFA News / Posted 13 days ago
first time. Such exploits might turn some players, but McMillan has his feet firmly on the ground. Having played for UCD – University College Dublin – while studying for his degree, he is not on the lookout for any big career moves right now. He... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Tributes to Dublin hospital surgeon killed in Co Galway boating accidentaccident. Professor Aongus Curran, a well-known head and neck surgeon at St Vi
Tributes to Dublin hospital surgeon killed in Co Galway boating accident
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
accident. Professor Aongus Curran, a well-known head and neck surgeon at St Vincent's Hospital in Dublin and academic at University College Dublin, died on Lough Corrib, Co Galway. The father-of-five, who was in his 50s, was originally from... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Tributes to Dublin hospital surgeon killed in Co Galway boating accidentaccident. Professor Aongus Curran, a well-known head and neck surgeon at St Vi
Tributes to Dublin hospital surgeon killed in Co Galway boating accident
Irish Examiner / Posted 15 days ago
accident. Professor Aongus Curran, a well-known head and neck surgeon at St Vincent's Hospital in Dublin and academic at University College Dublin, died on Lough Corrib, Co Galway. The father-of-five, who was in his 50s, was originally from... Read more
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The Irish Times
Is journalism really in crisis? What does the future hold?to whom and in what language, are crucial to any serious journalist undertaking
Is journalism really in crisis? What does the future hold?
The Irish Times / Posted 15 days ago
to whom and in what language, are crucial to any serious journalist undertaking). Andreas Hess teaches sociology at University College Dublin. His book Tocqueville, Beaumont and the Birth Pangs of Modern Democracy is due to be published by... Read more
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The Irish Times
The Crisis of Journalism Reconsidered: Technology, democracy and the state of the fourth estateto whom and in what language, are crucial to any serious journalist undertaking
The Crisis of Journalism Reconsidered: Technology, democracy and the state of the fourth estate
The Irish Times / Posted 16 days ago
to whom and in what language, are crucial to any serious journalist undertaking). Andreas Hess teaches sociology at University College Dublin. His book Tocqueville, Beaumont and the Birth Pangs of Modern Democracy is due to be published by... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Berkeley balcony tragedy: Bravery of Aoife Beary is hailed as new law passes votememorial for victims of a balcony that collapsed in Berkeley (AP Photo/Jeff Chi
Berkeley balcony tragedy: Bravery of Aoife Beary is hailed as new law passes vote
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
memorial for victims of a balcony that collapsed in Berkeley (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Newspapers in the student centre in University College Dublin where three of the six students studied before they were killed in a balcony collapse in the US.... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Berkeley tragedy survivor Aoife Beary tells Sacramento hearing of devastation left behindmemorial for victims of a balcony that collapsed in Berkeley (AP Photo/Jeff Chi
Berkeley tragedy survivor Aoife Beary tells Sacramento hearing of devastation left behind
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
memorial for victims of a balcony that collapsed in Berkeley (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)Newspapers in the student centre in University College Dublin where three of the six students studied before they were killed in a balcony collapse in the US.... Read more
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The Irish Times
Meet the Irish parents bringing up babies abroada lot of young Irish women in a Government-funded report on the needs of emigra
Meet the Irish parents bringing up babies abroad
The Irish Times / Posted 21 days ago
a lot of young Irish women in a Government-funded report on the needs of emigrants, published by the Clinton Institute in University College Dublin (UCD) in 2014. With so many other Irish women around Nicola’s age now living in Perth, similarly... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Better detection and treatments praised for reduction in breast cancer fatalities for first time in four yearsis hoped that this, in turn, will lead to better survival rates. William Galla
Better detection and treatments praised for reduction in breast cancer fatalities for first time in four years
Irish Examiner / Posted 21 days ago
is hoped that this, in turn, will lead to better survival rates. William Gallagher and William Watson, both professors at University College Dublin, will receive the Science Foundation Ireland grant for their four-year ‘Opti-Predict’... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Better detection and treatments praised for reduction in breat cancer fatalities for first time in four yearsis hoped that this, in turn, will lead to better survival rates. William Galla
Better detection and treatments praised for reduction in breat cancer fatalities for first time in four years
Irish Examiner / Posted 21 days ago
is hoped that this, in turn, will lead to better survival rates. William Gallagher and William Watson, both professors at University College Dublin, will receive the Science Foundation Ireland grant for their four-year ‘Opti-Predict’... Read more
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express
Supervet: Bionic Specials on Channel 4animals has been a life-long labour of love for Irish-born Noel, now 48, who go
Supervet: Bionic Specials on Channel 4
express / Posted 23 days ago
animals has been a life-long labour of love for Irish-born Noel, now 48, who got his Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine at University College, Dublin, then studied in Pennsylvania and Ghent. PHOn Professor Fitzpatrick's knee is a 3D model of... Read more
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The Irish Times
'Anywhere I've gone in the world there's been a Gaelic team'7th, when more than 500 GAA clubs and 1,700 players from more than 20 countries
'Anywhere I've gone in the world there's been a Gaelic team'
The Irish Times / Posted 24 days ago
7th, when more than 500 GAA clubs and 1,700 players from more than 20 countries compete in the week-long GAA World Games at University College Dublin. The finals take place on August 12th in Croke Park. The GAA helped define Irish identity before... Read more
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Irish Examiner
€9.3m research investment boost for UCCof Ireland Maynooth (1), Trinity College Dublin (6), Tyndall National institute
€9.3m research investment boost for UCC
Irish Examiner / Posted 26 days ago
of Ireland Maynooth (1), Trinity College Dublin (6), Tyndall National institute (4), University College Cork (5), University College Dublin (7). © Irish Examiner Ltd. All rights reserved More From The Irish Examiner Follow the Irish... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Student accommodation: Cities face learning curve on rising numbers in third-level educationkeep pace with the rising numbers in third-level education. There are 650 extr
Student accommodation: Cities face learning curve on rising numbers in third-level education
Irish Examiner / Posted 27 days ago
keep pace with the rising numbers in third-level education. There are 650 extra beds available at Maynooth University and University College Dublin for students this autumn. A further 3,000 spaces are planned at the five other universities and... Read more
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The Irish Times
Hospital food: enough to make you sick?ward rounds and visits from health professionals can not take place during meal
Hospital food: enough to make you sick?
The Irish Times / Posted 28 days ago
ward rounds and visits from health professionals can not take place during mealtimes. Prof Mike Gibney, food scientist at University College Dublin, said his biggest concern was people going into hospital already malnourished. “Malnutrition is one... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Engineers Ireland Awards opens for entriesin other categories in 2015 included Cork County Council; OpenHydro; L&M Keatin
Engineers Ireland Awards opens for entries
techcentral.ie / Posted a month ago
in other categories in 2015 included Cork County Council; OpenHydro; L&M Keating Ltd; Limerick Institute of Technology; University College Dublin; Irish Naval Service; KCI Manufacturing; Green Gas; Cork Institute of Technology; Lisa Edden,... Read more

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