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UL Research Soapbox

Research Soapbox highlights how research can make a real difference. Eileen Courtney represented TEMUL at the event, giving a short talk entitled "2D Materials…

Research Collaboration visit to Prof Boon Ooi’s Photonics Research Group

PhD student Kalani Moore spent 2 months interning at Prof Boon Ooi's Photonics research group. He has been working on low loss EELS analysis…

19th International Microscopy Congress

Members of the TEMUL group attended the 19th International Microscopy Congress held in Sydney, Australia, where they presented their latest microscopy results. The theme…

IFSM Young Scientist Assembly

Dr. Michele Conroy was selected as one of the early career researchers to attend the International Federation of Societies for Microscopy Young Scientist Assembly.

Institute of Physics: Three Minute Wonder Competition

PhD student Eileen Courtney travelled to the Royal Institution in London in May, to take part in IOP's Three Minute Wonder Competition. 12 early…

MSI Symposium Sligo 2018

Members of the TEMUL set out for the MSI Symposium in Sligo, from 23rd to 24th April 2018. The symposium gathered attendees from all…

Magnapharm in Jülich and Mainz

TEMUL took a short trip to Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany, and Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany, to collect diffraction data on coronene and indomethacin specimens.

Horizon 2020 MagnaPharm Project Undergoes First Technical Action Review

Members TEMUL working on the MagnaPharm project travelled to Bristol to participate in the first technical action review by the European Commission.

FameLab: Ireland National Finals

FameLab is the world's leading science communication competition. Eileen Courtney, a TEMUL student, made it to the national finals in Dublin's Science Gallery. Eileen came away from the evening with 2 prizes: the audience favourite award, and 3rd place overall.
FameLab is the world's leading science communication competition. It is designed to inspire, motivate and develop scientists and engineers to actively engage with the public and stakeholders. FameLab challenges scientists, mathematicians and engineers working across Ireland (and 30 other countries) to explain scientific concepts to a general audience in just three minutes. Organised by the British Council in Ireland and funded by Science Foundation Ireland, the FameLab Ireland final took place at the Science Gallery in Dublin on Thursday, 11 April 2019. Eileen Courtney, a PhD student with TEMUL, was one of the 10 finalists to get up and speak to the crowd in the Science Gallery. Eileen's talk was "trying to make radiation seem less scary to the general public" through the use of bananas and plenty of jokes. Eileen came away from the evening with 2 prizes: the audience favourite award, and 3rd place overall.
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