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UCC researchers investigate why some can resist stress

Oct 7, 2014
UCC researchers investigate why some can resist stress  Why on the rollercoaster of life are some people more resilient to the negative effects of stress than others? Now UCC neuroscientists show that certain receptors in the brain play an important role in determining how we respond to different More

APC’s Roy Sleator receives Teaching Hero Award

APC's Roy Sleator receives Teaching Hero Award Dr Roy Sleator of the Department of Biological Sciences, CIT and the APC was among fifty-three Teaching Heroes from twenty seven higher education institutions throughout Ireland were recognised last week at a special awards ceremony in Dublin Castle. More

Summertime, and the Learning is Easy…….

Jul 16, 2014
JamesFinnComputer Summertime, and the Learning is Easy.......  Keep your kids learning all summer with APC's new free Living Gut App for iPad and Alimentary Assault 3D for Android. Exploring the depths of our gastrointestinal tracts, kids (of any and all ages) will learn all about the organs of our digestive tract More

APC associated researchers identify new bacterial species

May 9, 2014
APC associated researchers identify new bacterial species At the opening of the CREATE building on June 6th, Minister Sherlock announced the discovery of a new bacterial species by members of the CREATE team. Campylobacter corcagiensis (the Corkonian! in honour of its home town) was isolated from More

Apply for a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship @ APC

May 7, 2014
Apply for a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship @ APC The APC and its Principal Investigators wish to develop high-quality research proposals with postdoctoral researchers within and outside of Europe in a number of key thematic areas. If you are interested in pursuing a Marie Skłodowska-Curie In More
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