Andrea Doolan, CEO and co-founder of UCC spinout Atlantia Food Clinical Trials, discusses the company's rapid growth in Chicago
Want to relax with a good book? In its new Twitter series, Summer Reading Picks, academics and staff at University College Cork share their must-reads and what’s next on their lists.
The centres will focus on integrated photonics, marine renewable energy, gut health and the microbiome, data analytics, advanced pharmaceutical manufacturing and advanced materials.
New research showing how simple techniques can reduce stress and alleviate pelvic and back pain during pregnancy is to be unveiled at a public seminar in Cork tomorrow.
Eating a high-fat “westernised” diet potentially increases the risk of food poisoning and reduces the efficiency of the immune system to fight infectious disease, researchers at University College Cork (UCC) have found.
One of the country’s leading research centres has proven it has an appetite for profit by generating a five-fold economic return on public investment — but its director said the societal benefits of its work are equally important.
Professor Helen Whelton, head of the College of Medicine and Health (CoMH), UCC
Women who eat oily fish while pregnant may help their unborn children maintain a healthy weight throughout their lives.
Hospitals in Ireland are starting to use bacteria and viruses found in the gut to tackle what scientists describe as the “coming plague of antimicrobial resistance.”
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