Ulster University News - 2020
Ulster University to transform certification standards for dementia products across North-West Europe
Ulster University is playing a fundamental role in the Certification-D EU project which plans to develop and market innovative and trustworthy products for people with dementia.
10 March 2020
On Sunday 23 February 2020, a parish in Fahan Co. Donegal celebrated the life and work of world-renowned nurse, Agnes Jones and the 45th Anniversary of the foundation of the School of Nursing at Ulster University’s Magee Campus.
3 March 2020
Public views sought on the future location of Ulster University’s School of Health Sciences
27 February 2020
The latest Quarterly House Price Index report indicates a confident market with continued annual and quarterly price increases
24 February 2020
Ulster University launches its campus in Qatar in partnership with City College
24 February 2020
Ulster University and Queen’s University Belfast have been awarded a major grant of £2.1million for a state-of-the-art computing facility, which will allow researchers to use high performance computing (HPC) technology to address some of society’s biggest challenges.
18 February 2020
Ulster University harness power of mass spectrometry imaging for research into degenerative diseases
Ulster University’s Mass Spectrometry Centre is pioneering mass spectrometry imaging (MSI) on the island of Ireland.
17 February 2020
Computer programmers of all backgrounds participated in a 12-hour hackathon
12 February 2020
Ulster University students studying courses within the Department of Tourism and Hospitality Management celebrate their academic success at this year’s student awards.
6 February 2020
Computing students from across Pakistan competed to win a scholarship to study at Ulster University at the Pakistan Science Fair Award.
4 February 2020
30 January 2020
The project which will develop and implement a “train the trainer” programme in hydrogen safety for first responders throughout Europe
22 January 2020
21 January 2020