- Archives of the SoundEye Festival and Meshworks donated to the UCC.
- The Archives feature an extensive collection of materials related to contemporary poetry.
- The acquisition marks an important step the development of contemporary cultural collections at the university.
22 Feb 2024
20 Feb 2024
- Female led project brings together experts from APC Microbiome Ireland a world leading SFI Research Centre based at University College Cork (UCC), The Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute at Trinity College Dublin, University of Exeter and University of Bristol.
16 Feb 2024
A 280-million-year-old fossil that has baffled researchers for decades has been shown to be, in part, a forgery following new examination of the remnants.
The discovery has led the team led by Dr Valentina Rossi of University College Cork, Ireland (UCC) to urge caution in how the fossil is used in future research.Read more
15 Feb 2024
University College Cork (UCC) has appointed Seán Kelly to be its first Arts and Culture Officer.Read more
15 Feb 2024
• The transformation brought by the rise in connected devices has significant environmental consequences, UCC and MTU conference hears.Read more
• The number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices worldwide is forecast to almost double to more than 29 billion IoT devices in 2030.
• Conference addresses issues in human-computer interaction with smart objects and materials.
15 Feb 2024
Dr Nessa Lynch has been appointed as the Matheson Lecturer in Law, Innovation and Technology in University College Cork (UCC).Read more
14 Feb 2024
- UCC is the highest performing institute in the Environmental Protection Agency Research Call Awards 2023.
- Funded research covers a wide range of areas covering climate change, the natural environment, the green and circular economy, and the environment and human health.
- JustCities Hub project to capture and explore timely knowledge on enabling climate justice change in the city.
13 Feb 2024
- Research shows that people with the complex lung disease COPD see improved health benefits from behaviour change interventions.
- It is estimated that over 380,000 people in Ireland suffer from COPD.
- Interventions ‘has helped me greatly’ says woman with COPD.
12 Feb 2024
- Dr Mary O’Shaughnessy, Cork University Business School, receives prestigious Royal Society of Edinburgh funding award.
- The project will implement learnings, lessons and recommendations from the Irish remote working hub, in a Scottish rural context.
25 Jan 2024
University College Cork (UCC) researchers have made a significant contribution to a landmark report published today on the impact of climate change on Ireland.Read more