NIBEC in the news

The latest news stories from NIBEC.

Cheap and simple eye test for early detection of heart conditions

Cheap and simple eye test for early detection of heart conditions

31 October 2019

Further funding secured to explore the commercialisation of SAFEWATER technologies

Ulster University researchers have been awarded £840,000 further funding from the UKRI’s Global Challenges Research Fund to explore and develop pathways to market for IoT devices that can detect faecal contamination of drinking water. The project

17 October 2019

Ulster University tackles global water challenge with easy-to-use smart devices

Ulster University tackles global water challenge with easy-to-use smart devices

22 March 2019

Celebrating International Women in Engineering Day 2018

On International Women in Engineering Day 2018, Catalyst Inc is celebrating two Ulster University academics that are Raising the Bar in developing innovative research within the Life and Health Sciences Sector.

27 March 2019

Ulster University led Internet of Things Network empowers SMEs to drive innovation

Ulster University led Internet of Things Network empowers SMEs to drive innovation

10 May 2018

£50m Randox Centres of Excellence launched in Northern Ireland

£50m Randox Centres of Excellence launched in Northern Ireland

22 February 2018

Ulster University launches research centre to address the global challenge of safe drinking water

Ulster University launches research centre to address the global challenge of safe drinking water

7 February 2018

Ulster University leads on €8.2M cross border collaborative research centre to improve cardiovascular care

Ulster University leads on €8.2M cross border collaborative research centre to improve cardiovascular care

22 January 2018

New £7million BioDevices Lab opens in Ulster University

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

15 September 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