Bernal Institute combines the Bernal Project, the Materials and Surface Science Institute and the Stokes Institute into a single entity – to establish UL as a world leader in key research areas where we will deliver real world impact.
The University of Limerick’s research programmes are unrivalled in terms of real world impact. We benchmark ahead of our peers in terms of patents, campus spinout companies, job creation and innovation. The generation of high quality research aimed at stimulating start-up companies and enhancing existing enterprises has been a central focus of UL’s research strategy.
Bernal Institute resides in the Faculty of Science and Engineering and is comprised of researchers from scientific and engineering disciplines who have a strong track record in translating their fundamental knowledge and expertise into solutions for a range of academic and industrial challenges.
Bernal Institute will help nurture Ireland’s research leaders of the future and support Ireland’s progress for many generations to come. The Institute has already established a significant track record in generating research impact.
Wednesday, 10 February 2019, 10h00, AD2-010 Analog Devices Building
Thursday, 21 February 2019, 12h00 MSG-025 MSSI Building Extension
Wednesday, 6 February 2019, 12h00, MSG-025 MSSI Building Extension
Listen to Biomaterials and Biotechnology: From the discovery of the first angiogenesis inhibitors to the development of controlled drug delivery systems and the foundation of tissue engineering from University of Limerick in Podcasts.
UL Chair in Chemical Nanotechnology, Prof Kevin M Ryan explains next generation battery technology for Electric Vehicles. Prof Ryan and team are leading EU projects Si-Drive and Neillsbat on new battery technology for EVs.
Dr Jakki Cooney, co-founder of UL spinout Cala Medical, based in the Nexus Innovation Centre in UL discusses her research.