- 13 Feb 2013
UCC has teamed up with MediaContact.ie to launch Cork’s inaugural Social Newsmaker Conference on 5 March 2013. Do you want to know how to tell your story online?
The recent launch of the Centre for Global Development (CGD) 2012 Annual Report highlights the significant role the CGD plays on the world stage.
The atmosphere was upbeat at UCC’s third Prep-for-Med day held at UCC and Cork University Hospital on Friday 25 January.
The search for the next Mark Zuckerberg is on, with the launch of the UCC University Entrepreneur of the Year Awards and a tempting prize pot of €10,000.
Astronomers have investigated whether the laws and constants of physics are the same today as they were billions of years ago.
The Arts Council, in association with the College of Arts, Celtic Studies, and Social Sciences, UCC and the School of Music and Theatre, UCC announce the appointment of the internationally renowned singer, producer and composer, Iarla Ó Lionáird, as the first Traditional Artist-in-Residence at UCC.
A neuroscience meeting being held in UCC this September 12 and 13 hopes to provide further insight into the workings of the brain in health and disease. A particular emphasis of the programme will be the vulnerable brain, in times of early and advanced age and during stress.
Researchers at University College Cork (UCC) have developed an electronic early-warning scorecard to help medical staff identify deteriorating patients which may improve patient outcomes.
Thursday 13 June is not just a day of celebration as 419 students graduate from UCC. It is also one of remembrance. Watch each ceremony live at http://www.ucc.ie/en/live/
A conference and networking event at UCC on Saturday 27 April is set to focus on the increase in migration into Ireland since the late 1990s.
Fergus McAuliffe, a postgraduate researcher in the School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences, (BEES) at UCC is Ireland’s champion science communicator, after winning the inaugural Famelab competition in Dublin’s Science Gallery.
University College Cork (UCC) will participate in the world's largest study of food allergies ever undertaken which is being launched in the UK this week.
UCC will be part of a €1 million new data analytics centre for researching “big data”, a key area of the government’s job growth plans.
A new student internship programme, UCC Works was launched last October and over 200 students have participated to date. An awards ceremony today celebrates their significant contribution.
The Ambassador of India to Ireland Mr Debashish Chakravarti is to attend a centennial conference at UCC this Friday 15 March, which will honour the work of Max Arthur Macauliffe, the great Irish scholar of the Sikh religion.
Professor Santiago Sia (Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy, Milltown Institute, Dublin (retired)) will present ‘Human free will: A misconception?' this Wednesday 13 March as part of the College of Science, Engineering and Food Science Public Lecture Series.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) will be the focus of an upcoming symposium at UCC on Saturday 9 March in the Lewis Glucksman Gallery, from 11am-1pm.
The Coordinator of MARINET, the HMRC at Beaufort UCC, has announced a third call offering free-of-charge access to Europe’s leading test facilities for marine renewable energy R&D.
Ministers Mr Richard Bruton TD and Mr Seán Sherlock TD launched Insight, a new Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Research Centre for Data Analytics at the RHA in Dublin.
UCC’s Green Campus programme has been recognised by the Cork Environmental Forum (CEF) at its 2013 Environmental Awards under the Public Sector category, the latest in a number of awards received by UCC for its leadership in environmental sustainability.
Dr Gerard Clarke of the APC has been awarded a 2013 NARSAD Young Investigator Grant by the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation.
University College Cork invites UCC staff, graduates and members of the public to nominate a distinguished UCC alumnus for an Alumnus Achievement Award.
Former Cork hurler Conor Cusack is to speak on depression tonight (Monday 18 November) in Boole 4 at 8pm. A live stream can be viewed by clicking here from c.8pm
UCC hosted a stunning array of traditional Indian music and dance this week to mark Diwali, one of the most important festivals in the Hindu calendar. The Indian 'festival of light', which lasts for five days, celebrates the victory of light over darkness and knowledge over ignorance.
A delegation of officials from the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) Shanghai Committee, the Shanghai Municipal People’s Government and Shanghai University visited UCC recently, with welcome news announced for Cork and the wider region.