The Reef Surf Shop is based in Tramore, Co. Waterford and caters for extreme watersports and stocks a massive range of water sports and clothing products from all the top brands such as Animal, Billabong, Quicksilver Rip Curl & Roxy.
Flapaway JRTs breed short and broken-coated Jack Russells and are located in Drumconrath, Co. Meath. The site features a full content management system giving the owners complete control over the appearance and dog databases.
This BIO-MEDNANO STREP-project focuses on research at the frontiers of knowledge of enzymes, mediators, surfaces and immobilisation strategies aimed at improving enzymatic electron transfer reactions for biosensing systems for diagnosis and healthcare.
Established in 1864 the CRYC is one of the oldest inland waterway clubs in the British Isles. Located in the centre of Galway City it continues to provide facilities for water-based recreational activity for almost 300 members.
The Enhancing Human Health Through Improving Water Quality project is an interdisciplinary programme and consists of 7 workpackages involving scientists, doctors and engineers from NUI Galway, UCD and the Health Service.
Cois na hAbhainn is a self-catering cottage situated in the village of Drumsna, in the heart of Co. Leitrim, Ireland. The cottage is ideal for a quiet break away from the everyday bustle of normal life.
EirGen Pharma Ltd. is a pharmaceutical research & development company founded in Waterford, Ireland in 2004, which specializes in the development, registration and manufacture of high potency solid dose products for global markets.
The ESAI is an association of individuals working in or with an interest in the environmental area. The website allows its ~350 members to build their own profile, which is searchable by all visitors, providing an up-to-date lobby platform for environmental concerns in Ireland and abroad.
The ECI in NUI Galway promotes multidisciplinary, collaborative research with other universities and research institutes within Ireland in order to develop a fundamental understanding of the processes involved in environmental change.
The UREKA Infectious Diseases Programme offers summer research projects and activities for both national and international students with a strong interest in Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, and is available for students who will be entering the final year of their degree.
MarCon is a Galway-based Irish company, providing advanced modelling capabilities in the marine and freshwater environments. Marcon specialises in the development and application of hydroinformatics software tools, for studies on coastal and inland water bodies.
Studies in bacterial and human glycobiology in the MBL lab in NUIG, under the direction of Prof. Anthony Moran, have led to a new appreciation of bacterial disease development, and are of relevance to the fields of Bacteriology, Immunology and Neurology.
AQTC provides expert service in the field of indoor and outdoor air quality for the purpose of increasing industrial production efficiency and complying with health, safety and environmental legislation.