Microsoft and Maynooth team up to support fem in STEM

February 16, 2022

Over 1,000 teenage girls will be supported in progressing into STEM courses thanks to a MicrosoftIreland and Maynooth University collaboration to address digital inequality in education. The collaboration between Microsoft and Maynooth University is taking


Women in STEM: Patching up the ‘leaky pipeline’

September 29, 2021

Known as STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), disciplines in this field have traditionally been male-dominated, with women comprising just 25 per cent of STEM-related roles in Ireland, according to the Central Statistics Office.


DCU’s journey in playing catch-up

October 3, 2018

The constant rustle and bustle in construction works on campus sees no end as President MacCraith announces new STEM building to begin construction in 2019

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DCU unveils long awaited student centre

October 3, 2018

The centre will welcome an estimated 50,000 students in the next decade. It was funded entirely through donations from the Tony Ryan Trust, Bank of Ireland, DCU Commercial activities, alongside €8 million raised from student levees.

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DCU partner with I Wish to promote women in STEM

March 7, 2018

Over 5,000 students attended two workshops in Dublin and in Cork hosted by the I Wish initiative to encourage female secondary school students to choose careers in fields of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).


DCU STEM projects receive millions in funding

April 19, 2017

Three projects from DCU were awarded funding this month from the Science Foundation Ireland for research projects in the areas of sciences, technology, engineering and maths. (STEM)   Each project is currently being led by


DCU signs partnership agreement with Intel

January 26, 2017

DCU and Intel have signed an agreement this week which will see the two organisations collaborate on talent development and advanced technologies, strengthening their long-standing partnership.