Ulster University News - 2017

Ulster University one of eight UK universities in major data science partnership with the BBC

Ulster University one of eight UK universities in major data science partnership with the BBC

19 October 2017

Universities unite to regenerate Clinton Centre in Enniskillen

Universities unite to regenerate Clinton Centre in Enniskillen

17 October 2017

Ulster University triumphs at 2017 Chamber Awards

Ulster University has been crowned a winner in Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Chamber Business Awards for 2017.

6 October 2017

Ulster University to lead an International Research Consortium on Motor Neuron Disease

Ulster University to lead an International Research Consortium on Motor Neuron Disease

28 September 2017

Ulster University's GAA Team Prepares for Historic China Tour

Ulster University’s GAA team is preparing to travel to China on an historic tour of the country as part of the university’s wider programme of engagement in key international markets.

27 September 2017

Student-led Art Shop Opens in Ulster University's Belfast Campus as Culture Night Kicks Off

As the annual Culture Night activities ramp up across Belfast, Ulster University has opened a new student-led art and design shop, Unique, based in its Belfast campus on York Street which will showcase bespoke pieces of hand-crafted art by a wide range of students and alumni.

22 September 2017

Personalised medical care is focus for €10m Ulster University research project

Ulster University is to establish a Centre for Personalised Medicine, Clinical Decision Making and Patient Safety which aims to dramatically improve clinical decision-making and tailored patient care in five priority disease areas.

19 September 2017

Top Ulster University Library and Information graduate wins Allen & Overy Award

Ulster University student, Emma Edgar, was today awarded the prestigious Allen & Overy (A&O) trophy in recognition of excellence in the field of librarianship.

18 September 2017

Ulster University Secures €3.7m Funding to Improve Health Outcomes for Older People in Rural Locations

Ulster University is to lead on two major international research projects with a focus on improving the lives of older people in remote and rural areas through improved access to technology and social connectedness.

11 September 2017

New £7million BioDevices Lab opens in Ulster University

The new Advanced Biomedical Engineering Laboratory officially opened today in Ulster University.

4 September 2017

Local businesses should take advantage of the unknown

Ulster University and Causeway Enterprise Agency have recruited Europe’s leading futurist to help local businesses take advantage of the uncertain and fast-changing business and political landscape.

30 August 2017

Ulster University reveals connection between sleep hormone and short-sightedness

A team of scientists from Ulster University has successfully proven for the very first time in humans that there is a connection between short-sight (myopia) and the melatonin levels which control the natural body clock.

23 August 2017

Northern Ireland House Prices Drop Despite Increase in Sales Volume

The overall average house price in Northern Ireland decreased slightly in the second quarter of 2017 even though the number of transactions was at the highest recorded level since the property crash ten years ago, according to Ulster University’s latest Quarterly House Price Index report.

8 August 2017

Ulster University to lead on major cross-border project to develop consumer-owned energy storage

Ulster University has launched an EU-funded €6.7million cross-border research project to develop a range of consumer-owned energy storage resources to meet current and future electricity market needs.

4 August 2017

Ulster University welcomes acquisition of spin-out firm Intelesens by leading US technology company UltraLinq

Ulster University has welcomed the announcement that Intelesens, a medical technology spin-out company has been acquired by US-based UltraLinq.

3 August 2017

£6 million research project will pioneer safe water solutions for the developing world

Ulster University has announced it will be leading on a £6 million research project into low cost technologies for safe drinking water in developing regions.

24 July 2017

Ulster University hosts landmark international conference in Belfast

Dr Catrin Rhys international Pragmatics Conference 2017

17 July 2017

Ulster University's First Cohort of Engineering Students Graduate

Ulster University’s first cohort of engineering graduates pictured at the new Centre for Renewable Energy (CERE) at the University’s Magee campus.

11 July 2017