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The Dealer noted that there have been a number of job changes in Teagasc in recent weeks.
By The Dealer on 17 November 2016
Mayne appointed new AFBI chief
Dr Sinclair Mayne has been appointed as the new chief executive of the Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute (AFBI).
By Peter McCann on 24 October 2016
Teagasc Director, Professor Gerry Boyle shares his thoughts as to why there is such a large rise in the movement of high profile specialists from Teagasc to the private sector.
By Peter Varley on 06 July 2016
My farming week: John Heslin, Ballinea, Mullingar, Co Westmeath
This week, Westmeath GAA player John Heslin talks to William Conlon about farming, football and his PhD in Teagasc, Grange.
By William Conlon on 15 June 2016
UL student wins Alltech Young Scientist Competition
A student from the University of Limerick has won the prestigious Alltech Young Scientist Competition.
By Anthony Jordan on 07 March 2016
Diary of a work experience student: wrapping it all up at Teagasc
UCD student Susan Dudley has finished her summer work placement, having spent the last stage of it at the Teagasc Research Centre, Grange. Here, she reflects on an eventful and enjoyable few months.
By Contributor on 06 August 2015
My Farming Week: Shane Conway, Caltra, Co Galway
Maeve Regan speaks to pedigree sheep breeder and PhD student Shane Conway, who farms in east Co Galway.
By Farmers Journal on 05 August 2015
Farmer writes: Hard to find a voice of reason in clamour over suspect BSE case
When Ciarán Lenehan first heard the news about BSE, his first reaction was to search Twitter for voices of reason amidst the sensationalist clamour.
By Ciarán Lenehan on 13 June 2015
New Agricultural Economics and Policy course launched by NUI Galway
A new course called Agricultural Economics and policy is set to start in NUI Galway this September. The course is offered as part of the Natural Resource Economics and Policy Masters programme.
By Farmers Journal on 11 February 2015
A PhD that examines the role of smart phones in food marketing is currently available, writes Mary Phelan.
By Mary Phelan on 08 May 2014
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