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Daily Mail
Men with high testosterone levels are MORE generousdesigned to make a man with high testosterone seem more impressive among his pe
Men with high testosterone levels are MORE generous
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
designed to make a man with high testosterone seem more impressive among his peers. The study by Jean-Claude Dreher from University College Dublin and colleagues investigated the effects of the hormone by injecting it into 20 young males, while... Read more
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The Irish Times
The Moral Economy: Why Good Incentives Are no Substitute for Good Citizensknew all along. Thus, Bowles’ “discoveries” seem more directed at die-hard econ
The Moral Economy: Why Good Incentives Are no Substitute for Good Citizens
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
knew all along. Thus, Bowles’ “discoveries” seem more directed at die-hard economists than those who always suspected that the world was more complex than could be expressed in an algorithm. Andreas Hess teaches sociology at University College Dub... Read more
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University of Pennsylvania Health System
Penn Medicine Professor Receives Distinguished Service Award for the Irish AbroadFitzGerald, MD, FRS, chair of Systems Pharmacology and Translational Therapeuti
Penn Medicine Professor Receives Distinguished Service Award for the Irish Abroad
University of Pennsylvania Health System / Posted 5 days ago
FitzGerald, MD, FRS, chair of Systems Pharmacology and Translational Therapeutics in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, has received a 2016 Presidential Distinguished Service Award for the Irish Abroad. He is the... Read more
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techcentral.ie
UCD programme seeks to CATCH cancerinnovative training programme involving six partner organisations from three Eu
UCD programme seeks to CATCH cancer
techcentral.ie / Posted 5 days ago
innovative training programme involving six partner organisations from three European companies, was launched today at University College Dublin. CATCH (Cancer: Activating Technology for Connected Health), funded by the European Union’s... Read more
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Irish Examiner
University College Dublin tumbles from top 200 in world rankingsThe fall of University College Dublin from the top 200 in a prestigious world r
University College Dublin tumbles from top 200 in world rankings
Irish Examiner / Posted 5 days ago
The fall of University College Dublin from the top 200 in a prestigious world ranking is slightly offset by improvements of NUI Galway and the Royal College of Surgeons which join it in the top 250. The performance of Irish institutions in the... Read more
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University of Queensland
Parenting program plus home visiting helps disadvantaged kids at schoolimprove children’s cognitive development. UQ Parenting and Family Support Cent
Parenting program plus home visiting helps disadvantaged kids at school
University of Queensland / Posted 5 days ago
improve children’s cognitive development. UQ Parenting and Family Support Centre Director Professor Matt Sanders said a University College Dublin evaluation of the Preparing for life program in a disadvantaged area in Dublin showed that... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Students to gain in revised Cork events centre plans as apartment number doublesin a document included with Bam’s planning application. As well as in the UK,
Students to gain in revised Cork events centre plans as apartment number doubles
Irish Examiner / Posted 6 days ago
in a document included with Bam’s planning application. As well as in the UK, it manages facilities for students near University College Dublin and at Copley Court in Cork. “We deliberately cultivate harmonious relationships with our... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Small spaces, big storiesand is the youngest of eight children of Frances and literary critic Denis Dono
Small spaces, big stories
Chatham Daily News / Posted 7 days ago
and is the youngest of eight children of Frances and literary critic Denis Donoghue. She graduated with an arts degree from University College Dublin and earned a doctorate in English at Girton College, Cambridge. Earlier this year, it was... Read more
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Sarnia Observer
Small spaces, big storiesand is the youngest of eight children of Frances and literary critic Denis Dono
Small spaces, big stories
Sarnia Observer / Posted 7 days ago
and is the youngest of eight children of Frances and literary critic Denis Donoghue. She graduated with an arts degree from University College Dublin and earned a doctorate in English at Girton College, Cambridge. Earlier this year, it was... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Small spaces, big storiesand is the youngest of eight children of Frances and literary critic Denis Dono
Small spaces, big stories
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 7 days ago
and is the youngest of eight children of Frances and literary critic Denis Donoghue. She graduated with an arts degree from University College Dublin and earned a doctorate in English at Girton College, Cambridge. Earlier this year, it was... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Small spaces, big storiesand is the youngest of eight children of Frances and literary critic Denis Dono
Small spaces, big stories
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 7 days ago
and is the youngest of eight children of Frances and literary critic Denis Donoghue. She graduated with an arts degree from University College Dublin and earned a doctorate in English at Girton College, Cambridge. Earlier this year, it was... Read more
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The Irish Times
Unequal Europe: Social Divisions and Social Cohesion in an Old ContinentWhether it is possible after it to retrieve legitimacy by renewing the social m
Unequal Europe: Social Divisions and Social Cohesion in an Old Continent
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
Whether it is possible after it to retrieve legitimacy by renewing the social model is very much an open question. Paul Gillespie is an adjunct senior research fellow at the School of Politics and International Relations, University College... Read more
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DW
Apple tax raises existential questions for Ireland |laissez faire approach to corporate tax avoidance," says Aidan Regan, director
Apple tax raises existential questions for Ireland |
DW / Posted 13 days ago
laissez faire approach to corporate tax avoidance," says Aidan Regan, director of the Dublin European Institute at University College Dublin. The irony, says Regan, is that much of the foreign investment that comes to Ireland is actually... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Michael Gove sparks outcry with 'joke about the KKK and Black Lives Matter'Collins (@DrRichCollins) September 7, 2016 A tweet about the joke was made by
Michael Gove sparks outcry with 'joke about the KKK and Black Lives Matter'
Daily Mirror / Posted 15 days ago
Collins (@DrRichCollins) September 7, 2016 A tweet about the joke was made by Dr Richard Collins, a law lecturer at University College Dublin. He said a "good proportion" of the audience were from ethnic minorities and the comments prompted... Read more
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Swissinfo
University of St Gallen tops FT 2016 masters in management rankingsto eighth place. The course is ranked first for international experience. Smur
University of St Gallen tops FT 2016 masters in management rankings
Swissinfo / Posted 15 days ago
to eighth place. The course is ranked first for international experience. Smurfit's MSc in International Management at University College Dublin is the Irish branch of the Cems programme. It is popular with foreign students as more than 90% of... Read more
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The Irish Times
Patrick Honohan: Ireland’s embrace of globalisation defines usKettle, once a prominent and promising young activist in the Irish parliamentar
Patrick Honohan: Ireland’s embrace of globalisation defines us
The Irish Times / Posted 17 days ago
Kettle, once a prominent and promising young activist in the Irish parliamentary party and a professor at University College Dublin (UCD), was largely forgotten in the years following his death on the Somme on September 9th,... Read more
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Farming Life
New appointment at Lakelandextensive milk supplier base and customers on a cross border basis. He holds a
New appointment at Lakeland
Farming Life / Posted 17 days ago
extensive milk supplier base and customers on a cross border basis. He holds a Bachelor of Agricultural Science Degree from University College Dublin and an MBA from University of Limerick. Mark Delahunty joined Lakeland Agri as Commercial Manager... Read more
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The Irish Times
Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks: 2010 – Room, by Emma Donoghue1969, the youngest of eight children of Frances and Denis Donoghue (the disting
Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks: 2010 – Room, by Emma Donoghue
The Irish Times / Posted 17 days ago
1969, the youngest of eight children of Frances and Denis Donoghue (the distinguished literary critic). After studying at University College Dublin she did a doctorate at Cambridge and emerged primarily as a literary and cultural historian with... Read more
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The Irish Times
Tom Kettle: In memory, 100 years after death at the Sommemajority of his peers. By 1908, and still only 28 years of age, he had become
Tom Kettle: In memory, 100 years after death at the Somme
The Irish Times / Posted 18 days ago
majority of his peers. By 1908, and still only 28 years of age, he had become the new professor of national economics at University College Dublin, while simultaneously continuing his work as an MP. However, the burden became too great given the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Some male mammals make deep resonance mating calls to exaggerate their sizelow resonance calls that make them appear bigger than they actually are to pote
Some male mammals make deep resonance mating calls to exaggerate their size
PhysOrg / Posted 19 days ago
low resonance calls that make them appear bigger than they actually are to potential sexual partners and rivals. Credit: University College Dublin Some species of male land-based mammals can vary vocal sounds to exaggerate their body sizes to... Read more
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RTE News
Kaspersky to create 50 jobs at new Dublin officehas appointed Keith Waters as Head of Engineering, to lead the development team
Kaspersky to create 50 jobs at new Dublin office
RTE News / Posted 20 days ago
has appointed Keith Waters as Head of Engineering, to lead the development team in Ireland. Mr Waters graduated from University College Dublin with a degree in Computer Science and has more than 15 years’ experience building enterprise big... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Dara O'Briain: 'Video games are catnip to kids... it's unavoidable at my house'be many that would argue I’ve yet to,” he quips in response to that, but explai
Dara O'Briain: 'Video games are catnip to kids... it's unavoidable at my house'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
be many that would argue I’ve yet to,” he quips in response to that, but explains it was during a debate while studying at University College Dublin that he got his first taste for stand-up. “I cracked a joke and I got a huge laugh and a round of... Read more
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Daily Mail
Why lowering your voice can win you a womanvoices, much like singer Barry White. HORSES FALL FOR THE BARRY WHITE EFFECT T
Why lowering your voice can win you a woman
Daily Mail / Posted 21 days ago
voices, much like singer Barry White. HORSES FALL FOR THE BARRY WHITE EFFECT TOO Dr Benjamin Charlton, a zoologist at University College Dublin who led the research, said: 'It has been shown by other research that lower pitch and lower... Read more
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Farming Life
Senior executive appointment at Lakeland Dairiesmilk supplier base and customers on a cross border basis. He holds a Bachelor
Senior executive appointment at Lakeland Dairies
Farming Life / Posted 21 days ago
milk supplier base and customers on a cross border basis. He holds a Bachelor of Agricultural Science Degree from University College Dublin and an MBA from University of Limerick. Mark Delahunty joined Lakeland Agri as Commercial Manager... Read more
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Irish Examiner
USI: Fall in rankings for Irish universities due to cuts and fall in staff numberswhile four Irish universities remain in the top 300, Trinity College Dublin (TC
USI: Fall in rankings for Irish universities due to cuts and fall in staff numbers
Irish Examiner / Posted 21 days ago
while four Irish universities remain in the top 300, Trinity College Dublin (TCD) has barely stayed in the top 100 and University College Dublin (UCD) is down 22 places to 176th. Other than NUI Galway - the only one to make gains in the 2016... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Only ONE Irish university didn't lose position in global rankingswhile four Irish universities remain in the top 300, Trinity College Dublin (TC
Only ONE Irish university didn't lose position in global rankings
Irish Examiner / Posted 21 days ago
while four Irish universities remain in the top 300, Trinity College Dublin (TCD) has barely stayed in the top 100 and University College Dublin (UCD) is down 22 places to 176th. Other than NUI Galway - the only one to make gains in the 2016... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Universities 'cracking at edges', say students as rankings mark down all but one Irish universitywhile four Irish universities remain in the top 300, Trinity College Dublin (TC
Universities 'cracking at edges', say students as rankings mark down all but one Irish university
Irish Examiner / Posted 21 days ago
while four Irish universities remain in the top 300, Trinity College Dublin (TCD) has barely stayed in the top 100 and University College Dublin (UCD) is down 22 places to 176th. Other than NUI Galway - the only one to make gains in the 2016... Read more
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Irish Examiner
'Future of the country' depends on upping university funding as all but one Irish college slips down rankingswhile four Irish universities remain in the top 300, Trinity College Dublin (TC
'Future of the country' depends on upping university funding as all but one Irish college slips down rankings
Irish Examiner / Posted 21 days ago
while four Irish universities remain in the top 300, Trinity College Dublin (TCD) has barely stayed in the top 100 and University College Dublin (UCD) is down 22 places to 176th. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) tops the QS rankings... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Universities facing €1bn shortfall amid further slide in world rankingsout today shows that, while four remain in the top 300, Trinity College Dublin
Universities facing €1bn shortfall amid further slide in world rankings
Irish Examiner / Posted 21 days ago
out today shows that, while four remain in the top 300, Trinity College Dublin (TCD) has barely stayed in the top 100 and University College Dublin (UCD) is down 22 places to 176th. Other than NUI Galway, the only one to make gains in the 2016 QS... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Study finds that one third of country’s grandparents are obeseOlder Adults, was conducted by seven academics in the School of Public Health,
Study finds that one third of country’s grandparents are obese
Irish Examiner / Posted 22 days ago
Older Adults, was conducted by seven academics in the School of Public Health, Physiotherapy and Population Science at in University College Dublin. One of the authors, Prof Cecily Kelleher, said: “These data confirm the importance of the problem... Read more
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ESPN FC
Leicester sign Ireland youth international Dylan Wattsyear's awards? Leicester City have announced the signing of Republic of Irelan
Leicester sign Ireland youth international Dylan Watts
ESPN FC / Posted 26 days ago
year's awards? Leicester City have announced the signing of Republic of Ireland under-19 international Dylan Watts from University College Dublin AFC. Watts, 19, joins for an undisclosed fee and has signed a two-year contract with the Premier... Read more
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Soccer Way
Simpson handed new three-year Leicester dealTown, Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United. Leicester also announced the sign
Simpson handed new three-year Leicester deal
Soccer Way / Posted 26 days ago
Town, Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United. Leicester also announced the signing of Republic of Ireland youth international Dylan Watts from University College Dublin for an undisclosed fee on Thursday, though he will join the development... Read more
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FOX News
Fascinating topics may lead to false memoriesfalse memory is a lot more frequent than many people realize," said study co-au
Fascinating topics may lead to false memories
FOX News / Posted 26 days ago
false memory is a lot more frequent than many people realize," said study co-author Ciara Greene, a psychologist at the University College Dublin in Ireland. "In terms of daily life, the take-home message here may be to understand that someone... Read more
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soccernews
Simpson handed new three-year Leicester dealTown, Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United. Leicester also announced the sign
Simpson handed new three-year Leicester deal
soccernews / Posted 26 days ago
Town, Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United. Leicester also announced the signing of Republic of Ireland youth international Dylan Watts from University College Dublin for an undisclosed fee on Thursday, though he will join the development... Read more
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Goal.com
Danny Simpson handed new three-year Leicester dealand Newcastle United. Leicester also announced the signing of Republic of Irel
Danny Simpson handed new three-year Leicester deal
Goal.com / Posted 26 days ago
and Newcastle United. Leicester also announced the signing of Republic of Ireland youth international Dylan Watts from University College Dublin for an undisclosed fee on Thursday, with the attacking midfielder joining the development... Read more
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The Irish Times
Anyone for protein-rich insects and seaweed snacks?“We are the only species that exhibit disgust in this way,” Mike Gibney, profes
Anyone for protein-rich insects and seaweed snacks?
The Irish Times / Posted 26 days ago
“We are the only species that exhibit disgust in this way,” Mike Gibney, professor emeritus of food and health at University College Dublin (UCD), says about the odds of western consumers eating less-traditional protein sources through this... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Belfast Waterfront boss Toolan goes from one Olympian task to anotherbeen dubbed the Box on the Docks and the Sore on the Shore. But Catherine, a gr
Belfast Waterfront boss Toolan goes from one Olympian task to another
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
been dubbed the Box on the Docks and the Sore on the Shore. But Catherine, a graduate of Galway Institute of Technology, University College Dublin, and Tsinghua University in Beijing, said that feedback from those visiting the centre had been... Read more
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Aljazeera
Has Ireland given illegal tax incentives to Apple?deny tax evasion and are planning appeals. What does it all mean for doing bus
Has Ireland given illegal tax incentives to Apple?
Aljazeera / Posted 27 days ago
deny tax evasion and are planning appeals. What does it all mean for doing business in the European Union? Conor McCabe - University College Dublin Tove Maria Ryding - European Network on Debt and Development. Liza Lovdahl-Gormsen - British... Read more
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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 1 months 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 1 months 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 1 months 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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