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MIC RESEARCH SHOWCASE/SÁRTHAISPÉANTAIS TAIGHDE 2014

The MIC Research Showcase Event on Tuesday September 2nd 2014 is an opportunity for College Research Centres to publicise their work in research.

These centres have been formed to offer a locus and support structure for thematic research within the College. They offer an opportunity for College staff from various departments and different disciplinary backgrounds to come together in collaboration in order to conduct research in an interdisciplinary context. They also provide a structure within which MIC academics collaborate with colleagues from other institutions and organisations both nationally and internationally. The MIC research centres provide enhanced potential for our researchers to develop and expand the range and depth of their collective research plans, and to respond to opportunities requiring economies of scale as they arise. In some cases this confers improved access to funding and other resources, while in others it opens up opportunities to engage in large-scale projects that are beyond the capacity of individuals operating on their own.

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MIC RESEARCH SHOWCASE/SÁRTHAISPÉANTAIS TAIGHDE 2013

The MIC Research Showcase Event on Tuesday September 3rd 2013 was an opportunity for College Research Centres to publicise their work in research.

These centres have been formed to offer a focus and support structure for thematic research within the College. They offer an opportunity for College staff from various departments and different disciplinary backgrounds to come together in collaboration in order to conduct research in an interdisciplinary context. They also provide a structure within which MIC academics collaborate with colleagues from other institutions and organisations both nationally and internationally. The MIC research centres provide enhanced potential for our researchers to develop and expand the range and depth of their collective research plans, and to respond to opportunities requiring economies of scale as they arise. In some cases this confers improved access to funding and other resources, while in others it opens up opportunities to engage in large-scale projects that are beyond the capacity of individuals operating on their own.

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TAISPEÁNTAS NA N-IONAD TAIGHDE 2012

The MIC Research Showcase Event on Tuesday September 4th 2012 is an opportunity for College Research Centres to publicise their work in research.

These centres have been formed to offer a locus and support structure for thematic research within the College. They offer an opportunity for College staff from various departments and different disciplinary backgrounds to come together in collaboration in order to conduct research in an interdisciplinary context. They also provide a structure within which MIC academics collaborate with colleagues from other institutions and organisations both nationally and internationally. The MIC research centres provide enhanced potential for our researchers to develop and expand the range and depth of their collective research plans, and to respond to opportunities requiring economies of scale as they arise. In some cases this confers improved access to funding and other resources, while in others it opens up opportunities to engage in large-scale projects that are beyond the capacity of individuals operating on their own.

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SÁRTHAISPÉANTAIS TAIGHDE 2011

The MIC Research Showcase Event 2011 is an opportunity for College researchers to publicise and celebrate their work in research, scholarship and creativity over a day of talks and presentations. This event ‘Sárthaispeántas Taighde 2011’ will take place on Tuesday August 30th 2011.

Sárthaispeántas Taighde 2011 has three main aims:

  • •to publicise recent research work carried out by researchers across the College
  • •to provide a forum for researchers to engage with one another and to share experience and expertise
  • •to showcase the research dimension of the College mission and to demonstrate the central place of research in the academic work of the College

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