People with Psoriasis Urged to Take Part in New Research Study to Better Understand Links with Arthritis

A team of researchers at University College Dublin (UCD) is urging people with psoriasis across Ireland to sign up for a new study examining their risk of developing psoriasis-related arthritis or psoriatic arthritis. Psoriasis is a skin condition that affects at least 73,000 people across Ireland, causing flaky, scaly and itchy pink/red patches on the…

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MTU Lecturer selected as member of Global Young Academy Kapal Dev is one of only 40 scientists chosen this year

Kapal Dev, PhD student and Assistant Lecturer at the Department of Computer Science in MTU Cork, has been selected as a member of the Global Young Academy. The Global Young Academy is an international society of young scientists, aiming to give a voice to young scientists across the globe. Mr. Dev is one of 40…

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Springboard Communications wins Carbery Group contract

PRCA Agency of the Year Springboard Communications has been appointed to partner with Carbery Group. This appointment comes following a competitive tender process. Springboard Communications will work with the Carbery Group team to develop a comprehensive communications strategy, aimed at sharing the Carbery Group story with impact and expanding knowledge around their priorities and goals.…

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Empowering Ireland: How The Cantec Group is Changing the Tech Landscape

Founded in Waterford in 1994 as a photocopier dealership by the parents of executive chairperson Eadaoin Carrick and CEO, Greg Tuohy, The Cantec Group has evolved into an industry-leading technology provider in Ireland. Over the years, the company has experienced significant growth, both organically and through strategic acquisitions. While The Cantec Group has undergone a…

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MTU awarded almost €1.4m Funding for Students with Intellectual Disabilities

Munster Technological University (MTU) is delighted to announce funding of €1,380,233 to provide programme progression pathways for students with intellectual disabilities. The funding is awarded under the HEA Programme for Access to Higher Education (PATH) 4 Phase 2 (2023-2025). This significant achievement will enhance opportunities within a higher education setting for students with intellectual disabilities…

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Smooth sailing ahead as NBM Group on board as sponsors of Olympic Adventurous journey

National Business Machines Group (NBM), the innovative IT solutions and workplace technology solutions leader headquartered in Cork, have announced their support of Cork based sailing duo with Olympic ambitions with a €10k sponsorship.    Guilfoyle Durcan Sailing are Séafra Guilfoyle and Johnny Durcan, two UCC graduates from Cork who are preparing for the upcoming Olympic…

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16 week Countdown to Cork City Marathon – registration is open plus training tips

Are you thinking of running this year’s Cork City Marathon on June 2nd, 2024? Led by Cork City Council, the 2024 event promises to be an even better running experience this year with lots of race improvements. Registrations are now open for the Marathon, Half Marathon, and the 10K Race, which is back due to popular…

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LEO Cork City launch this year’s Local Enterprise Week

Cork City Council’s Local Enterprise Office has teamed up with The Crann Centre to raise awareness of self-employment for people with disabilities.  The partnership is part of Local Enterprise Week 2024 which is being launched by LEO Cork City today.  The jam-packed programme of in-person and online events is aimed at small / micro businesses…

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Network Ireland West Cork Hosts Expert Networking Event

Network Ireland West Cork, a dedicated non-profit organisation committed to supporting and empowering women in business, is thrilled to announce an upcoming networking event that promises to be a transformative experience for women professionals in the region.   The event is scheduled for 7pm – 9pm on Thursday 29th February in Fusion Home Design Centre in Skibbereen, eircode: P81…

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