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National Workplace Wellbeing Day

Apr 11, 2019
APC Community Enhances Wellbeing   Friday 12th April is National Workplace Wellbeing Day, and the APC Wellbeing Committee is encouraging the whole APC community to get involved! Planned APC activities include: Random Acts of Kindness, where colleagues can take a treat from the “ More

Microbiome Memory

Perinatal factors affect the gut microbiota up to four years after birth APC Microbiome Ireland researchers have shown the existence of a ‘Microbiome Memory’, proving the importance of early life events on later life microbiota. Prof. Catherine Stanton and her lab have worked extensively in More

New APC Collaboration announced

Mar 20, 2019
APC Microbiome Ireland and PepsiCo announce new collaboration   APC Microbiome Ireland  is delighted to announce a new collaboration with PepsiCo, relating to foods with functional benefits.  The announcement was made at the SFI Food Innovation Roundtable in Washington last week where represe More

SFI St Patrick’s Day Medals Awarded

Mar 12, 2019
Prof Eamonn Quigley and Mr Michael Mahoney awarded  St Patrick's Day Science Medals Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Richard Bruton T.D.,  presented Science Foundation Ireland’s (SFI) prestigious St. Patrick’s Day Science Medal to Prof Eamonn Quigley, Chief of More

Summertime and APC labs are where you should be!

Mar 8, 2019
APC Summer Studentships Announced Are you a third year undergraduate student of science, engineering or medicine who wants to gain valuable lab experience in a world-leading research centre? APC Microbiome Ireland (http://apc.ucc.ie) is a Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre at Univers More

Stress and how to reduce during Pregnancy  

Mar 4, 2019
Is a child's mental health linked to stress during pregnancy?   Research funded by the Health Research Board at APC Microbiome Ireland in University College Cork aims to better understand maternal stress and the role played by gut microbes during pregnancy and is the topic of a public More

MASTER project receives €11 million in funding

Jan 17, 2019
Microbiome Applications for Sustainable food Systems through Technologies and EnteRprise The MASTER project is a Horizon 2020 Innovation Action being coordinated by Dr Paul Cotter at Teagasc, which has received EU funding of nearly €11 Million. This ambitious research project will be achieved More
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