Post-Doctoral Scientist ? University Of Ireland

Postdoctoral Scientist In National University Of Ireland,Maynooth Research,Institute Of Immunology 2010

Following two centuries of internationally renowned scholarly activity on the Maynooth campus the National University of Ireland, Maynooth was established under the 1997 Universities Act as an autonomous member of the federal structure known as the National University of Ireland. With approximately 8,400 registered students, NUI Maynooth has 26 academic Departments which are organized into three Faculties: Arts, Celtic Studies and Philosophy; Science andEngineering, and Social Sciences.Building on a tradition of scholarship and excellence in all aspects of its Teaching and Learning, and research activities,within the liberal arts and sciences tradition NUI Maynooth is committed to being a first class research-led centre of learning and academic discovery. It is located on a pleasant university campus in Ireland’s only university town 20km west of Dublin, and has recently undergone a major phase of expansion in research, teaching and service facilities. The spacious campus is laid out in its own extensive grounds in rural surroundings, and is divided between an older complex of fine nineteenth century buildings and a modern complex of teaching, research, accommodation, and support facilities.

In 1795 Grattan’s Parliament passed an Act which created an academy “for the better education of persons professing the popish or Roman Catholic religion”.The new College, under the influence of the Duke of Leinster was to be founded in Maynooth and in time it became not only Ireland’s national seminary, but also the largest seminary in the world.In 1896 St Patrick’s College Maynooth attained the status of a Pontifical University for its courses in Theology, Philosophy and Canon Law. Following the foundation of The National University of Ireland, Maynooth became a Recognised College of that federal structure in 1910. In 1966 St Patrick’s College opened its doors to lay students and its population grew rapidly over the next three decades. In 1997 the Faculties of Arts, Science, Celtic Studies and Philosophy were united in a newly established constituent university of the National University of Ireland.NUI Maynooth is oday a rapidly developing non-denominational university centre of some 8,800 students. Its traditional core strengths have been augmented by new developments in Finance, Computer Science, Software Engineering and Electronic Engineering. It sees itself as an institution which links a rich history with a distinct mission in a rapidly developing modern Ireland.

NUI Maynooth has made every effort to ensure that the design of this website conforms to web standards for both usability and accessibility. Our aim is to provide an equivalence of access to the information on this website for all our users.We have followed the W3C’s WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative) guidelines in the creation of this website and we have used the latest technologies available to structure the website. W3C is the governing authority on web development standards and practices.The website uses XHTML code to provide document structure and CSS (Cascading Stylesheets) to provide document formatting. By following guidelines set down by the W3C we are trying to make sure that all the information on our web site is available to everybody: not just the text, but the information contained in the images and other media. Using these technologies also allows us to provide a website that loads faster, and displays in more devices. The website template set contains valid XHTML and CSS code and conforms to the Web Accessibility Initiative’s AA guidelines. In addition, the website template set has been Bobby Tested and has passed all Priority 2 Guidelines.The NUI Maynooth web accessibility project is still on -going and we hope to provide an even better service to all our users in the future. If you have a problem accessing any information on the site, please contact us and we will endeavor to provide the information in an appropriate format.

National University of Ireland,
Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland.

Phone No: +353 1 7086000

Fax: +353 1 6289063
Last Date To Apply:14 August 2010

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