Date for your diary - A journey through the UCC Arboretum to celebrate Culture Night 17th Sept at 7pmRead on
28 Jun 2021
Three schools from Cork City visited the UCC Arboretum this June as part of the new Science Foundation Ireland funded Tree Explorers Project.Read more
01 Feb 2022
A cavy and opossum, unusual animals collected by Charles Darwin on his formative voyage aboard the HMS Beagle, are some of the items included in the University College Cork Natural Collections websiteRead more
11 Oct 2021
The report is a collaboration between the local community and BEES researchers and students.Read more
16 Dec 2021
Over a decade ago UCC students first embarked on the Green Campus programme and now UCC has ranked as one of the most sustainable universities in the world.
21 Mar 2022
- New self-guided tour of UCC Arboretum is free to the public.
- Audio guide via app is in development.
- Free brochure developed following Science Foundation Ireland funding.
29 Nov 2021
We are delighted to be partnering with Green Legacy Hiroshima to germinate seeds in Ireland from the historic 'Survivor Trees' of Hiroshima. We'll be growing Ginkgo and Oriental Plane trees here at UCC.Read more
31 Jan 2022
The Cork Literary & Scientific Society presents an online talk'UCC Arboretum: Learning from a living collection'by Dr. Eoin Lettice,lecturer in plant science at the School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Science (BEES) and the Environmental Research Institute (ERI) at University College Cork.The online talk will be available to view from 27 January to 3 February 2022.http://www.corkliteraryandscientificsociety.ie/Read more
04 May 2022
Fascination of Plants Day is back and is happening this month - 18th May !Read more
08 Nov 2021
One of our team is part of the UCC delegation at COP26 this week. Fitting that it is also Science Week here. One of our projects here at UCC Arboretum is the Tree Explorers Project which is funded by SFI (Science Foundation Ireland). Our Arboretum is a powerful educational tool and what seems to be clear from COP26 is that nature based solutions are the way forward. Click on the link below to find out the full story.Read more