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The Alliance Review
College Newsof Minerva High School majoring in chemistry, traveled to Dublin, Ireland, for
The Alliance Review / Posted 20 hours ago
of Minerva High School majoring in chemistry, traveled to Dublin, Ireland, for an individualized immersion experience at University College Dublin. As Ireland's largest and most diversified university, University College Dublin has played a... Read more
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Limerick Post
In our own little worldstages, all eighteen games, will be played in the nation’s capital. Furthermore
Limerick Post / Posted 11 days ago
stages, all eighteen games, will be played in the nation’s capital. Furthermore, they will be played in just two venues at University College Dublin (UCD); Billings Park and the UCD Bowl. And those games will be played over three days, six matches... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Brexit warning issued for Irish sport horse industryindustry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sal
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
industry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sale of horses to the UK market. The University College Dublin (UCD) academic joined a range of other experts at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) on the eve of the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Brexit warning issued for Irish sport horse industryindustry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sal
Oxford Mail / Posted 13 days ago
industry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sale of horses to the UK market. The University College Dublin (UCD) academic joined a range of other experts at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) on the eve of the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Irish sports horse industry warned to 'future proof' or face Brexit fallindustry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sal
Irish Examiner / Posted 13 days ago
industry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sale of horses to the UK market. The University College Dublin (UCD) academic joined a range of other experts at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) on the eve of the... Read more
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13d
Bury Times
Brexit warning issued for Irish sport horse industryindustry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sal
Bury Times / Posted 13 days ago
industry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sale of horses to the UK market. The University College Dublin (UCD) academic joined a range of other experts at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) on the eve of the... Read more
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Gazette
Brexit warning issued for Irish sport horse industryindustry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sal
Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
industry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sale of horses to the UK market. The University College Dublin (UCD) academic joined a range of other experts at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) on the eve of the... Read more
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13d
guardian-series
Brexit warning issued for Irish sport horse industryindustry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sal
guardian-series / Posted 13 days ago
industry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sale of horses to the UK market. The University College Dublin (UCD) academic joined a range of other experts at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) on the eve of the... Read more
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13d
Greenock Telegraph
Brexit warning issued for Irish sport horse industryindustry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sal
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
industry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sale of horses to the UK market. The University College Dublin (UCD) academic joined a range of other experts at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) on the eve of the... Read more
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Harrow Times
Brexit warning issued for Irish sport horse industryindustry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sal
Harrow Times / Posted 13 days ago
industry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sale of horses to the UK market. The University College Dublin (UCD) academic joined a range of other experts at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) on the eve of the... Read more
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Gazette News
Brexit warning issued for Irish sport horse industryindustry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sal
Gazette News / Posted 13 days ago
industry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sale of horses to the UK market. The University College Dublin (UCD) academic joined a range of other experts at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) on the eve of the... Read more
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13d
This is West Country
Brexit warning issued for Irish sport horse industryindustry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sal
This is West Country / Posted 13 days ago
industry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sale of horses to the UK market. The University College Dublin (UCD) academic joined a range of other experts at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) on the eve of the... Read more
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13d
Bolton News
Brexit warning issued for Irish sport horse industryindustry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sal
Bolton News / Posted 13 days ago
industry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sale of horses to the UK market. The University College Dublin (UCD) academic joined a range of other experts at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) on the eve of the... Read more
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13d
St Albans & Harpenden Review
Brexit warning issued for Irish sport horse industryindustry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sal
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 13 days ago
industry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sale of horses to the UK market. The University College Dublin (UCD) academic joined a range of other experts at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) on the eve of the... Read more
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13d
Wandsworth Guardian
Brexit warning issued for Irish sport horse industryindustry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sal
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
industry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sale of horses to the UK market. The University College Dublin (UCD) academic joined a range of other experts at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) on the eve of the... Read more
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13d
EveningTimes Online
Brexit warning issued for Irish sport horse industryindustry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sal
EveningTimes Online / Posted 13 days ago
industry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sale of horses to the UK market. The University College Dublin (UCD) academic joined a range of other experts at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) on the eve of the... Read more
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13d
Croydon Guardian
Brexit warning issued for Irish sport horse industryindustry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sal
Croydon Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
industry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sale of horses to the UK market. The University College Dublin (UCD) academic joined a range of other experts at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) on the eve of the... Read more
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13d
Hampshire Chronicle
Brexit warning issued for Irish sport horse industryindustry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sal
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
industry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sale of horses to the UK market. The University College Dublin (UCD) academic joined a range of other experts at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) on the eve of the... Read more
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13d
This is Oxfordshire
Brexit warning issued for Irish sport horse industryindustry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sal
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 13 days ago
industry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sale of horses to the UK market. The University College Dublin (UCD) academic joined a range of other experts at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) on the eve of the... Read more
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13d
Lancashire Telegraph
Brexit warning issued for Irish sport horse industryindustry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sal
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
industry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sale of horses to the UK market. The University College Dublin (UCD) academic joined a range of other experts at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) on the eve of the... Read more
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13d
Belfast Telegraph
Brexit warning issued for Irish sport horse industryindustry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sal
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
industry would be left significantly exposed if tariffs were applied to the sale of horses to the UK market. The University College Dublin (UCD) academic joined a range of other experts at the Royal Dublin Society (RDS) on the eve of the... Read more
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13d
walesonline
Everything you need to know about Wales' Women's Rugby World Cupever been.Where is it being played? The tournament is being held in Ireland, w
walesonline / Posted 13 days ago
ever been.Where is it being played? The tournament is being held in Ireland, with pool stage matches being played at the University College Dublin site and the semi-finals and final taking place at Queen's University Belfast and Kingspan Stadium... Read more
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13d
walesonline
Wales Women told to 'do the country proud'to 'do Wales proud' as the women's rugby team open their World Cup campaign wit
walesonline / Posted 13 days ago
to 'do Wales proud' as the women's rugby team open their World Cup campaign with a tough clash against New Zealand, in Dublin, on Wednesday. Wales are in the toughest pool of the tournament being grouped with the Black Ferns, who are ranked... Read more
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13d
Canberra Times
Three ACT Brumbies women named in Wallaroos squad for World Cup openernamed his match-day 23 and included three Brumbies - Sharni Williams, Millie Bo
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
named his match-day 23 and included three Brumbies - Sharni Williams, Millie Boyle and Violeta Tupuola for the game at the University College Dublin Bowl. Australian sevens Olympic gold medalist Shannon Parry will captain the side, while sevens... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Three ACT Brumbies women named in Wallaroos squad for World Cup openernamed his match-day 23 and included three Brumbies - Sharni Williams, Millie Bo
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
named his match-day 23 and included three Brumbies - Sharni Williams, Millie Boyle and Violeta Tupuola for the game at the University College Dublin Bowl. Australian sevens Olympic gold medalist Shannon Parry will captain the side, while sevens... Read more
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13d
The Age
Three ACT Brumbies women named in Wallaroos squad for World Cup openernamed his match-day 23 and included three Brumbies - Sharni Williams, Millie Bo
The Age / Posted 13 days ago
named his match-day 23 and included three Brumbies - Sharni Williams, Millie Boyle and Violeta Tupuola for the game at the University College Dublin Bowl. Australian sevens Olympic gold medalist Shannon Parry will captain the side, while sevens... Read more
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18d
The Courier Mail
Wallaroos chasing World Cup rugby historymajor roles with the Wallaroos at the World Cup.WHERE IS IT BEING PLAYED? The
The Courier Mail / Posted 18 days ago
major roles with the Wallaroos at the World Cup.WHERE IS IT BEING PLAYED? The pool stages are in Dublin at two venues in University College Dublin before switching to Belfast where the playoff matches will be staged at Queen’s University Belfast... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Wallaroos chasing World Cup rugby historymajor roles with the Wallaroos at the World Cup.WHERE IS IT BEING PLAYED? The
Daily Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
major roles with the Wallaroos at the World Cup.WHERE IS IT BEING PLAYED? The pool stages are in Dublin at two venues in University College Dublin before switching to Belfast where the playoff matches will be staged at Queen’s University Belfast... Read more
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News.com.au
Wallaroos chasing World Cup rugby historyat the World Cup.Source:News Corp Australia WHERE IS IT BEING PLAYED? The poo
News.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
at the World Cup.Source:News Corp Australia WHERE IS IT BEING PLAYED? The pool stages are in Dublin at two venues in University College Dublin before switching to Belfast where the playoff matches will be staged at Queen’s University Belfast... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Weight gain between pregnancies tied to gestational diabetesweight and increase their risk of gestational diabetes the second time around,
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 20 days ago
weight and increase their risk of gestational diabetes the second time around, said Dr. Sharleen O’Reilly a researcher at University College Dublin in Ireland. “Weight loss should be a mix of healthy eating and more physical activity, and we know... Read more
21d
techcentral.ie
Kinesis wins start-up award at gerontology congressfrom around the world working in the ageing technology space, and won a $4,500
techcentral.ie / Posted 21 days ago
from around the world working in the ageing technology space, and won a $4,500 (€3,900) prize. Kinesis, a spin-out from University College Dublin (UCD), develops products that help prevent falls in older adults using wearable sensor... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Fewer parents concerned by childhood obesity, survey findsthat it is hard to get them to eat vegetables. A 2015 study by the by the Nati
Irish Examiner / Posted 21 days ago
that it is hard to get them to eat vegetables. A 2015 study by the by the National Nutrition Surveillance Centre at University College Dublin found that over 20% of children in fourth class and above are overweight or obese. Bord Bia’s... Read more
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The Morning Call
Researchers excavate remains from centuries-old cemetery in PhiladelphiaUniversity. Conlogue and his own team of students from the Connecticut college
The Morning Call / Posted 23 days ago
University. Conlogue and his own team of students from the Connecticut college, as well as visiting students from University College Dublin, brought in imaging equipment worth hundreds of thousands of dollars to see what might await them... Read more
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23d
Darien News-Review
Researchers excavate remains from centuries-old cemeteryUniversity. Conlogue and his own team of students from the Connecticut college
Darien News-Review / Posted 23 days ago
University. Conlogue and his own team of students from the Connecticut college, as well as visiting students from University College Dublin, brought in imaging equipment worth hundreds of thousands of dollars to see what might await them... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
Researchers excavate remains from centuries-old cemeteryUniversity. Conlogue and his own team of students from the Connecticut college
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 23 days ago
University. Conlogue and his own team of students from the Connecticut college, as well as visiting students from University College Dublin, brought in imaging equipment worth hundreds of thousands of dollars to see what might await them... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Researchers excavate remains from centuries-old cemeteryUniversity. Conlogue and his own team of students from the Connecticut college
Stamford Advocate / Posted 23 days ago
University. Conlogue and his own team of students from the Connecticut college, as well as visiting students from University College Dublin, brought in imaging equipment worth hundreds of thousands of dollars to see what might await them... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Researchers excavate remains from centuries-old cemeteryUniversity. Conlogue and his own team of students from the Connecticut college
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 23 days ago
University. Conlogue and his own team of students from the Connecticut college, as well as visiting students from University College Dublin, brought in imaging equipment worth hundreds of thousands of dollars to see what might await them... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Researchers excavate remains from centuries-old cemeteryUniversity. Conlogue and his own team of students from the Connecticut college
Connecticut Post / Posted 23 days ago
University. Conlogue and his own team of students from the Connecticut college, as well as visiting students from University College Dublin, brought in imaging equipment worth hundreds of thousands of dollars to see what might await them... Read more
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The New Canaan News
Researchers excavate remains from centuries-old cemeteryUniversity. Conlogue and his own team of students from the Connecticut college
The New Canaan News / Posted 23 days ago
University. Conlogue and his own team of students from the Connecticut college, as well as visiting students from University College Dublin, brought in imaging equipment worth hundreds of thousands of dollars to see what might await them... Read more
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The Irish Times
What’s happening with our seaweed and why should we care?seaweed sector, once it takes place in a “safe and controlled manner”. BioAtla
The Irish Times / Posted 24 days ago
seaweed sector, once it takes place in a “safe and controlled manner”. BioAtlantis commissioned a baseline study from University College Dublin and MERC Environmental Consultants in September 2016, which is awaiting departmental approval. Once... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Why Everton can't afford to take it easy against Ruzomberokthey can consider when a former Everton team survived their own scare.Everton's
Liverpool Echo / Posted 25 days ago
they can consider when a former Everton team survived their own scare.Everton's scare In September 1984, they played University College Dublin in the European Cup Winners’ Cup first round. As former Blues player Graeme Sharp told Everton’s... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Largest radio telescope in the world switched on in Co Offalyof technologies from both sides of the border. The team will be led by Trinity
Irish Examiner / Posted 25 days ago
of technologies from both sides of the border. The team will be led by Trinity College Dublin, with partners from University College Dublin, Dublin City University, Athlone Institute of Technology, the National University of Ireland... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Massive radio telescope switched on in Co Offalyof technologies from both sides of the border. The team will be led by Trinity
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
of technologies from both sides of the border. The team will be led by Trinity College Dublin, with partners from University College Dublin, Dublin City University, Athlone Institute of Technology, the National University of Ireland... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ireland's new chief justice is Supreme Court judge Frank Clarkebecame a Supreme Court judge in 2012. Born in Walkinstown, Dublin, in 1951, he
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
became a Supreme Court judge in 2012. Born in Walkinstown, Dublin, in 1951, he was educated at Drimnagh Castle CBS and University College Dublin where he was awarded a BA in Mathematics and Economics. He completed his legal studies at King's... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Ireland's new Chief Justice is Supreme Court judge Frank Clarkebecame a Supreme Court judge in 2012. Born in Walkinstown, Dublin, in 1951, he
Irish Examiner / Posted 26 days ago
became a Supreme Court judge in 2012. Born in Walkinstown, Dublin, in 1951, he was educated at Drimnagh Castle CBS and University College Dublin where he was awarded a BA in Mathematics and Economics. He completed his legal studies at King's... Read more
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The Daily Record
Dr. Kieran Brune and Dr. Aditya Halthoreand radiation oncologist Aditya Halthore, M.D., have joined Mercy Medical Cente
The Daily Record / Posted 27 days ago
and radiation oncologist Aditya Halthore, M.D., have joined Mercy Medical Center. Brune received her medical degree from University College Dublin School of Medicine. After completing her residency in internal medicine at the Virginia... Read more
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The Daily Record
Dr. Kieran Brune and Dr. Aditya Halthoreand radiation oncologist Aditya Halthore, M.D., have joined Mercy Medical Cente
The Daily Record / Posted 27 days ago
and radiation oncologist Aditya Halthore, M.D., have joined Mercy Medical Center. Brune received her medical degree from University College Dublin School of Medicine. After completing her residency in internal medicine at the Virginia... Read more
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4NI
Students %apos;Walk In The Shoes%apos; Of Patients By Wearing Skin Cancer Tattoosthat could be rolled out wider to benefit doctors and patients alike." The stu
4NI / Posted 27 days ago
that could be rolled out wider to benefit doctors and patients alike." The study, also in collaboration with researchers from the University of Huddersfield and University College Dublin, has been published in the British Journal of Derm... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
QUB medical students wear 'skin cancer tattoos' to gain insight into experience of patientsstudy, which is led by Queen’s University in collaboration with researchers fro
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
study, which is led by Queen’s University in collaboration with researchers from the University of Huddersfield and University College Dublin, has been published in the British Journal of Dermatology. It found that the experiences triggered... Read more
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Business Wire
Gareth McAllister Named President of LORD Corporation Asia-Pacific Regionand he will be based in Hong Kong in his new leadership role. Gareth holds a Ba
Business Wire / Posted 29 days ago
and he will be based in Hong Kong in his new leadership role. Gareth holds a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering degree from University College Dublin and an Executive MBA from University College Cork. Gareth succeeds Becky Williams, who will... Read more
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