Established in 2016, the Bernal Institute is the largest research institute at the University of Limerick (UL).
Our Vision is to become the leading international research institute for the scientific design and manufacture of structured materials to meet global challenges, particularly in the areas of health, energy and the environment.
Our Mission is to develop disruptive technologies related Health, Energy and Environment that will create a legacy of scientific achievement in structured materials research that benefits future generations.
Bernal’s four research clusters are:
- Molecular & Nano Materials (MOL)
- Bio Materials (BIO)
- Composite Materials (Composites)
- Process Engineering (PROC)
The clusters are supported centrally by an operations support unit and by a team of instrument scientist staff dedicated to maintaining state-of-the-art equipment that is essential to the needs of the clusters’ scientists and engineers.
Dr Solange I. Mussatto Technical University of Denmark Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Biosustainability (DTU Biosustain)
Tuesday, 18 June, 12h00 at MSG-025, MSSI Building
Tuesday, 4 June 12h30 at MSG-024 MSSI Building
Prof Luuk Van Der Wielen, spoke to RTÉ Radio 1 about the significance of the deal with the Bernal Institute and SKYNRG to develop sustainable aviation fuel
Bernal Institute and SkyNRG join forces in the fight to reduce carbon emissions
Joe Nash of Limerick Today interviews the 2019 Institute of Physics in Ireland (IOPI) Rosse Medal winner, Sarah Markham
Bernal Chair in Pharmaceutical Powder Engineering Gavin Walker describes medicines of the future that will radically improve patients quality of life
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.