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A new clinical trial at DIT aims to make a global impact in the control of short
The Centre for Eye Research Ireland at DIT is launching a major clinical trial in Ireland and the UK to control the development of myopia (short-sightedness) in children.
Apply now for new part-time degree in Quantity Surveying
Why not earn as you learn on the new part-time degree in Quantity Surveying and Construction Economics - DT8155? Places are limited so apply early - closing date 28 April.
Seachtain na Gaeilge 2017
Beidh Seachtain na Gaeilge 2017 in DIT ag tarlúint ón 28 Feabhra – 2 Márta! / Join us for Seachtain na Gaeilge 2017 in DIT taking place from the 28 February – 2 March!
Over 200 people attend ‘How to write a great research paper’ workshop
Over 200 people attended the 'How to write a great research paper and get it published in a top Journal' workshop organised by the DIT Digital Skills and Research Hub earlier this month.
Missing Maps: DIT students sign up for ‘Mapathon’
DIT students from the BSc Geomatics, BSc Geographic Science, MSc Geographic Information Science and MSc Spatial Planning recently took part in a Missing Maps Mapathon, organised and sponsored by Esri Ireland in collaboration with Concern Worldwide.
Be part of an Art Installation Friday 3rd March, 2017 An Chroí, DIT Campus, Gran
A very special event is taking place in Grangegorman on Friday 3rd March 2017 and everyone is invited to be a part of it.
DIT student wins Digital Media Award
DIT student, Shane Downey has won the very prestigious Accenture ‘Digital Student of the Year’ Award at the 2017 Digital Media Awards for his entry entitled ‘The Mobile Movement’.
DIT Conservatory Presents ‘The Rover’ by Aphra Behn
‘The Rover’ starts on International Women’s Day - celebrating female playwright Aphra Behn
DIT student wins IStructE National Award
The Institution of Structural Engineers Republic of Ireland Regional Group Awards recognise excellence in structural engineering and DIT student Keith Farrell has been presented with the National Student Prize.
DIT Camogie win Purcell Cup
DIT Camogie team has won the Purcell Cup in a hard-fought match against Maynooth University.
Survey shows 93% of DIT students travel by bus, bike or on foot
• Highest levels of sustainable travel in ten years of Travel Survey.
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