Research & Impact in the News

The latest Research and Impact news.

Funding boost for stroke rehabilitation research

The REfLECTS stroke rehabilitation research project has received €1.760m additional funding

24 March 2021

Ulster University to be part of leading brand new Centre to implement evidence in adult social care

Ulster University will be partnering with the University of Birmingham, as part of a broader consortium of key stakeholders from across the four nations of the UK, to develop a brand new Centre for adult social care.

24 March 2021

'Back to the start-up' report launched by FSB NI and Ulster University Business School

The report reviews existing support for business creation in Northern Ireland

23 March 2021

UK wide study highlights specific impacts of the Covid pandemic on the health and social care workforce

The COVID-19 Health and Social Care Workforce Study is a three-phase study led by Ulster University

22 March 2021

Ulster University launches new app for people living with dementia

The InspireD App enables people living with dementia to create a digital memory book to store photographs, videos and sounds

1 March 2021

Ulster University shines spotlight on Healthy Ageing at the NI Science Festival

We all want to grow old gracefully, but how can science help us maintain our wellbeing and health as we get older?

18 February 2021

Ulster University leads on EU report on technology use during COVID-19 pandemic

Professor Joan Condell is leading a team compiling a report on technology solutions during COVID

8 January 2021

PhD researcher graduates with an accolade of achievements including an interview with Sir David Attenborough

Temilola Olanrewaju graduates from Ulster University with a PhD in Geography and Environmental Studies.

18 December 2020

Health, Equality and the Economy

Report by a cross disciplinary team at Ulster University to support the future of healthcare

9 December 2020

Ulster University AI Expert Helps People to Communicate Following Brain Injuries as part of £20m UK Government Investment in AI

Professor Damien Coyle awarded prestigious Turing AI Acceleration Fellowship

27 November 2020