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Seven female-friendly tech organisations come together to declare We ARE Here - Irelands business an...

CoderDojo Girls, who joined at a later stage, is a free weekly girl-friendly CoderDojo hosted at DCU through organisers Sarah Doran and Niambh Scullion. These groups are evidence that women and girls are actively working and engaging in the tech community, but, Wade says, “We need more ...

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Rampant Royals display hunger in victory - Herald.ie

DCU - We were thoroughly beaten in every facet of the game by a better team on the day," admitted their manager Niall Moyna. He described Tom Flynn's 10th minute black card as very innocuous, arguing that the Galway man "kept on running after he played the ball, he said, and your man ran ...

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Leinster Council to look into DCU biting allegation - Herald.ie

DCU - DCU's manager Niall Moyna was conducting blood tests with some of his players as part of a study into the effects of training on young players and thus delegated media duties to Bohan – as he regularly has in the past after O'Byrne and Sigerson matches – but did not show any visible ...

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Column: Rebel Rebel – why are Irish politicians so whipped?

DCU - Two recent publications, one by David Farrell, the late Peter Mair, Séin Ó Muineacháin and myself, and another by DCU’s Shane Martin, look at this topic. Both pieces indicate just how few legislative ‘rebels’ Irish politics has produced. For instance, Martin uncovered only 15 ...

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Dubs' future bright - Herald.ie

Previously, Niall Moyna worked with both 'Pillar' Caffrey and Pat Gilroy's administrations as trainer/fitness coach, though he now trains the Down senior football team managed by James McCartan. On Sunday, in their defeat of Gavin's men in Parnell Park, DCU named a team with five Dubs ...

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Fennelly yearns for full-time hurling career | Irish Examiner

Niall Moyna [Head of Health and Human Performance in DCU and Down footballer selector] is one guy who says ‘Is this right?’ We might have only 10 games in a season between league and championship. How many times are we training? They [Swans] train Monday to Friday, five days in a row so ...

Camilla Hammerich interview at Dublin City University | The Cedar Lounge Revolution

The event was organised by Dr. Debbie Ging from the School of Communications and was funded by the DCU Educational Trust ...

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Walsh hoping Cork follow Rebel hurlers’ example as they prepare to face down favourites Dublin - The...

DCU - ” Aidan Walsh has moved up to Dublin since; shares a house with Dublin star Paul Flynn and wants to play football for DCU. Rules and regulations still tangle that process up. “When you’re retired and finished you look back on those occasions and you hopefully look back with good ...

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Aussie rules moves good for the GAA, says Kennelly · The Score

DCU - “You’ve had Colm Begley come back, Ciaran Kilkenny, Brendan Murphy, Michael Quinn every one of them playing intercounty football. Niall McKeever’s back for Antrim this year. All these boys are going to better the game of Gaelic football because they’ve spent two or three years as ...

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App for the visually impaired and cardiac biomarker scoop DCU innovation awards - Irish Innovation N...

DCU - Stephen Hearty, Barry McDonnell and Richard O'Kennedy from DCU's Biomedical Diagnostics Institute won in the academic and research category. The trio collaborated with industry partner Biosurfit to engineer an antibody C-reactive protein. This is a cardiac biomarker that the researchers ...

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