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How we dry our hands can affect the spread of viruses

There is clear evidence that people across Europe have changed their hand hygiene habits since the Covid-19 pandemic: washing their hands more frequently throughout the day and choosing paper towels as the most hygienic way to dry hands when out and about.

Variety of free events planned across the county for National Biodiversity Week 2023

Do you know your swifts from your swallows? Your pipistrelles from your daubentons? Or are you simply wondering biodiversity means?

How to best cope with stress coming up to exams

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A huge part of academic life for students is exams, and with them comes stress and the desire to do well. Students react in a number of ways when they are stressed – they become anxious, lack sleep (or sleep too much), they can become nervous, lose their appetite, and have difficulty concentrating. In order for every student to work to their full potential for the best outcomes, it is essential that exam stress is managed appropriately. Let’s look at a few strategies that may help as the exams approach.

How we dry our hands can affect the spread of viruses

There is clear evidence that people across Europe have changed their hand hygiene habits since the Covid-19 pandemic: washing their hands more frequently throughout the day and choosing paper towels as the most hygienic way to dry hands when out and about.

Millions Worth of Investment Raised by Ronspot

The result of which will be 10 new jobs and will also pave the way for the company to continue to expand across the country, adding to the growth that Ronspot has seen in recent years. The company hopes to continue on that trajectory with this new boost in funding. 

Galway among ten counties due to appoint biodiversity officers to bolster local action for nature

Galway will soon have a new Biodiversity Officer, with Galway County Council one of ten local authorities awarded funding to appoint a national roll-out of biodiversity officers to deliver and drive local action for biodiversity.

OPW to host 6th Annual Honey Show this weekend

The 6th Annual Office of Public Works (OPW) Biodiversity Festival & Honey Show will take place in Phoenix Park from tomorrow Friday 9 until Sunday 11 September 2022. Tours, lectures, and family activities will take place throughout the weekend. All events are free; however, booking is required for some as places are limited.

The Great Gathering of Donkeys – Castlebar Workhouse, 1848

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On the morning of 30 June 1848, word spread quickly of a large movement of people from the direction of Balla towards Castlebar. The newspapermen who went to view the procession recorded that numerous donkeys accompanied the multitude.

Feel the beneficial power of Coenzyme Q10 at Au Naturel

Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) also known as Ubiquinone, is a naturally occurring substance and an essential component of the mitochondria which is the energy producing unit within all our cells.

BioBlitz at ATU highlights importance of urban habitats

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A BioBlitz survey of Atlantic Technological University’s main Galway campus has revealed a huge array of biodiversity, with participants recording a total of 128 species in one hour at the Old Dublin Road facility.

 

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