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Living legacy of historic Foyle College Tree protected through tree cloning

Ulster University’s use of tree cloning has allowed a 150-year-old cut leaved Hornbeam tree situated on the grounds of the former Foyle College to live on at two different local sites.

Ulster University academic named as Co-Chair of All-Island Climate and Biodiversity Research Network

Taoiseach, Micheál Martin and deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill, will today launch the All-Island Climate and Biodiversity Research Network (AICBRN) at a pivotal point, with the world having heard the true scale of the global crisis at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP-26) and the UN Biodiversity Conference last month (COP-15).

Research project to harness Northern Ireland’s geothermal resources to underpin greener energy use

An innovative new partnership between academia and industry will harness Northern Ireland’s natural geothermal resources, thermal energy that comes from the sub-surface of the earth to encourage the most efficient use of energy by industrial users such as data centres.

NI house prices continue to rise according to latest Ulster University House Price Index

The latest Quarterly House Price Index report indicates a residential property market that continues to exhibit increasing price growth and market demand signals, but one which faces some challenges relating to the supply of quality housing stock and inflationary pressures.

Ulster University’s new Academy signals major investment in hospitality education

Ulster University Business School is set to launch Academy: the Centre for Food, Drink and Culture, an educational hub that will further strengthen hospitality and culinary arts management as two of the University’s flagship areas of provision, as well as making a significant contribution to the hospitality sector in the UK and internationally.

Ulster Academic Co-Authors major report for Intellectual Property Office on music creators' earnings

Just 1% of artists account for up to 80% of streamed tracks, according to new research.

Ulster University partners with British Council and Queen’s University Belfast to promote Northern Ireland as top study destination to US market

A new video campaign by Ulster University and Queen’s University Belfast aims to promote Northern Ireland as a top study destination to the US Higher Education market.

Ulster University Lecturer leads an international interdisciplinary education research group

Ulster University Lecturer leads an international interdisciplinary education research group.

Ulster University commits to the White Ribbon Pledge to support the end of violence against women

White Ribbon Day (Thursday 25 November) - and the 16 days to end violence against women that follow, saw many people in their communities, organisations and workplaces coming together, and saying “No” to violence against women.

Ulster University and partners to receive £8.23m to transform understanding of children’s mathematics learning

Ulster University’s School of Psychology is part of an inter-university research team which will receive over £8.23m in funding from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), part of UK Research and Innovation, to establish a new Centre for Early Mathematics Learning (CEML).

Ulster University Business School and Lidl Work Together to Boost Retail Careers Through the ‘Feed Your Mind’ Degree Programme

Ulster University Business School (UUBS) has welcomed over 50 students on the innovative LIDL ‘Feed Your Mind’ Degree programme, a foundation Degree in Management Practice, on to the new state-of-the-art Belfast campus.