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The safety of our students and staff is of paramount importance to us in the College of Science, Engineering & Food Science. We have been working hard to establish how best to deliver teaching to our students next year with this in mind and having regard for the national guidelines to which we must adhere.
Congratulations to all SEFS graduates who were conferred at our first ever digital ceremony on 18 June.Read more
The SFI Centres for Research Training in Advanced Networks for Sustainable Societies (ADVANCE) held its inaugural Induction Event on the 8th and 9th of January at the Western Gateway Building, UCC.Read more
Congratulations to the SEFS recipients of Entrance Scholarships!Read more
The two research submission processes will be electronic from 6 January 2020:
For further information, please follow the below link:
The Johnson & Johnson WiSTEM2D Programme aims to fuel development of the female STEM2D talent pipeline by awarding and sponsoring women at critical points in their careers, in each of the STEM2D disciplines: Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, Manufacturing and Design.Read more
Nabeel Agha Riza, Chair Professor of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, University College Cork, Ireland was presented the 2019 Edwin H. Land Medal at the IS&T 27th Color and Imaging (CIC) International Conference held at Sorbonne University Paris, Oct.25, 2019.Read more
Conferrings ceremonies took place for students of the College of Science, Engineering and Food Science on Monday 14th and Tuesday 15th October.Read more
WiSTEM Society UCC was awarded Best New Society at the Board of Irish College Societies (BICS) National Awards, which took place at the Sheraton Hotel, Athlone on 11 April.Read more
This April, the College of Science, Engineering and Food Science inaugurated a "taster" programme for Transition Year students.Read more
COLLEGE OF SCIENCE ENGINEERING AND FOOD SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIPS 2018-2019
Professor Paul Ross was invited to deliver a keynote lecture at the International Symposium for Future Drug Discovery & Medicine at Kindai University.
Congratulations to the five female students who received awards from global healthcare company Johnson & Johnson.Read more
Ten APC Microbiome Ireland researchers have been named in the 2018 world list of Highly Cited Researchers, five of whom are in the new Cross-Field category.Read more
SEFS Outstanding Teaching and Demonstrating Staff Awards 2018Read more
"Agriculture returns to Cork”– that’s the message of a new Agricultural Science degree at University College Cork in collaboration with Teagasc.Read more
The Schools of Biological, Earth & Environmental Sciences (BEES) and Chemistry, along with the School of Pharmacy, are the first in UCC to earn departmental-level Athena SWAN accreditation.Read more
A careers seminar for people interested in entering and those already working in the Pharma/Biopharma Industry.
ApisProtect, a business that helps beekeepers globally prevent losses and increase the productivity of their hives, has been named Bank of Ireland/ IGNITE Business of the Year 2017. Founder of ApisProtect, Fiona Edwards-Murphy was recognised at the annual IGNITE Awards and Showcase held in UCC’s Aula Maxima on Thursday, September 28th.Read more
The School of Biochemistry and Cell Biology at University College Cork has established a new science outreach programme, Cell EXPLORERS UCC, for primary or post-primary schools located in the Cork areaRead more
During the first two weeks of July, the Eureka Centre at UCC was delighted to host the 2017 Science Summer Camps. 15 students, aged between 8 and 12 years old attended each week and covered topics such as Physics, Computer Science, Chemistry, Paleontology and Microbiology. The camp, held over five consecutive mornings, culminated in a graduation ceremony on the last day where students were presented with a certificate by Professor Paul Ross, the Head of the College of Science, Engineering and Food Science at UCC.
SEFS Outstanding Teaching Staff Awards 2017
The annual student-nominated Overall Winner and Runners-Up of the College of SEFS Teaching Staff Awards were presented with the SEFS Certificates for Teaching Awards 2017.Read more
Visit by UCC President to the College of Science, Engineering and Food Science on 12th AprilRead more
GRADUATE OF THE YEAR & UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS 2016-2017
26 students received awards at the College of Science, Engineering & Food Science (SEFS) Awards Ceremony last Friday, 31st March 2017.Read more
Listowel student Darren Reidy wins UCC Science communication competition
Darren Reidy, a PhD student at UCC’s School of Biological, Earth & Environmental Sciences (BEES), has emerged as the winner of the thirteenth annual UCC Science for All competition.Read more
Sharing Science without the Jargon at UCC
Would you like to know more about your microbes or solar energy or the alien plants in our rivers and lakes?
These are just some of the exciting talks about cutting edge science which will be battling it out to win 1st place at the UCC Science for All Final Competition on the 5th of April.
The final takes place in University College Cork’s Western Gateway Building lecture theatre G05 at 6.15pm on Wednesday, 5th April. All are welcome and admission is free.Read more
University College Cork (UCC) has become the third university in Ireland to receive the Bronze Athena SWAN award, recognising its efforts to promote gender equality in higher education.Read more
PhD Student wins Rosse Medal at the Institute of Physics in Ireland Spring Meeting
Rosse Medal Competition
A key part of the event was the Rosse Medal Competition for postgraduate students for physics communication. 37 entrants presented posters earlier in the day to the judging panel leading to six finalists giving 5-minute presentations to the full audience on their work. The finalists were:
Two Master of Architecture Graduates claim deserved prizes at the annual RIAI ConferenceRead more
Mark Kennedy, a UCC PhD Student has been crowned victor of the Oxygen Zone as part of the "I'm a Scientist, Get Me Out of Here" Competition. Mark has described his work as "...seeing what happens when some of the most energetic and destructive objects in the Universe (black holes and neutron stars) come close to stars like our own sun."Read more
Science for all FinalistsRead more
UCC Science for All 2016 - Science Communication Competition - OPEN FOR ENTRIES
Are you passionate about your research? Do you want to learn how to communicate your research to the general public?
FIRST PRIZE €500!Read more
Professor Paul Ross Head of College of SEFS UCC honoured on great minds list.Read more
Dr Edmond Byrne Awarded the Institution of Chemical Engineer’s Morton Medal for Excellence in Chemical Engineering EducationRead more
Winner of the SEFS Outstanding Lecturer Award 2013Read more
You Become What You EatRead more
UCC Represented on Judging Panel to Select Internationally Outstanding Female ScientistsRead more
Future Opportunities for Grasslands in Ireland
University College Cork and Teagasc are pleased to present this interactive one-day workshop with 4 keynote speakers, which will take place on:
Friday, 4th September 10.00am – 1.00 & 2.00-4.00
Geography Lecture Theatre (Old Dairy Science Building),
Donovan’s Road, University College Cork
Cost: €50 (including registration & lunch)
To register: http://www.uccconferencing.ie/product/grasslands-workshop/Read more
The Honorary Fellow Award is the Highest Membership Distinction of the Engineers Ireland Society awarded to Professor Nabeel Riza.Read more
Science for all FinalistsRead more
Congrats to James Nolan who was awarded PhD in Microbiology with supervisors Professor Colin Hill and Dr Cormac Gahan and guest speaker Bill Liao (co-founder of CoderDojo) .Read more
UCC define a new standard in cloud computing
Researchers at University College Cork are leading a €4m EU-funded research project to address energy efficiency and high performance in cloud computing. The project, CloudLightning, intends to develop an intelligent, power-efficient cloud computing infrastructure that will provide energy savings to cloud service providers and simplify access to cloud resources for cloud consumers.Read more
UCC Mathematics Brings Home its Own Olypmic RichesRead more