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National University of Ireland, Galway

Established in 1845, NUI Galway has a distinguished reputation for teaching and research excellence.  It counts over 16,000 students and more than 2,200 members of staff. Key research areas at NUI Galway include; Biomedical & Engineering Sciences, Informatics, Physical, and Computational Sciences, Environment, Marine, and Energy, Applied Social Science and Public Policy and Humanities in context. Significant emphasis is placed on inter-disciplinary research programmes, research collaborations and alliances with industry partners and public agencies, in areas of strategic importance.

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Ilaria Nardello coordinates Ireland’s Marine Biotechnology Programme, a national initiative led by the Marine Institute and implemented as part of the Marine Knowledge, Research & Innovation Strategy for Ireland 2007-2013




The Border, Midland, West Region is a NUTS II Region which comprises 3 NUTS III Regional Authority Areas, Border, Midland & Western (BMW) Regions, covering a total of 13 counties.Galway is the largest county in the BMW region, with a population of 231,670 individuals and a vibrant social and cultural dimension. The city is considered to be the home of arts, culture and the Irish language within Ireland. Foreign Direct Investment have contributed significantly to the city’s development in the last twenty years. Galway is home to some of the largest multinational companies in:

  • Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), and;
  • Medical-Technologies sector in Ireland.

SME’s have also played a strong role in the development of the area, particularly in the services sector.

Galway’s level of economic and industrial development is highlighted by its high level of third level graduate retention. Sixty five percent of third level graduates remain in Galway, the highest in the BMW region.