Irish Science Heroes – William King

  https://youtu.be/9ByKipmcvdI Video by Claire Riordan, Scientific Engagement Associate at CÚRAM . In the latest of our series of Research Videos, Dr. John Murray (Lecturer in Palaeontology in the Discipline of Earth & Ocean Sciences) and Prof. Heinz Peter Nasheuer (Professor of Biochemistry) introduce the groundbreaking work of a true Irish Science Hero, William King. In 1849, … Continue reading Irish Science Heroes – William King

Exploring the Cell, by Dr. Danielle Hamilton

Next in our weekly series of articles, Dr. Danielle Hamilton, a Research Scientist with the Centre for Chromosome Biology, writes about her work "Exploring the Cell" and how understanding how a cell repairs damage to its DNA may lead to the prevention and treatment of cancer. Every living creature is made up of one or more cells, and … Continue reading Exploring the Cell, by Dr. Danielle Hamilton

Medicines, by Dr. Enda O’Connell

In the ninth of our weekly series of articles, I have taken off my ReelLIFE SCIENCE hat and put on my Scientist hat.  Or labcoat, gloves and goggles, to be more precise...  As a Senior Technical Officer in NUI Galway, I support a range of research projects across the campus, from Cancer Biology and Stem Cell … Continue reading Medicines, by Dr. Enda O’Connell