Schools Teaching Awareness of Randomised Trials competition on Friday, 19 May

Published: Friday, 12 May 2017 10:23

MARIO Galway IndependentThe Health Research Board - Trials Methodology Research Network (HRB-TMRN), based in NUI-Galway, will host the Schools Teaching Awareness of Randomised Trials (START) competition on Friday, 19 May.

At this event the students will be given the opportunity to meet MARIO.

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MARIO on the Integrated Care Approach to Frailty in the Older Person Conference

Published: Monday, 13 March 2017 16:26

Integrated Care Approach to Frailty in the Older Person ConferenceOn March 8th, MARIO attended the Integrated Care Approach to Frailty in the Older Person Conference in the Clayton Hotel, Galway.

The conference was hosted by The Nursing & Midwifery Planning Development Unit HSE West/Mid-West in conjunction with Directors of Nursing, Older Persons Services, CHO2 & CHO3. MARIO was demonstrated to a multidisciplinary audience.

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Mario in Daily Mail

Published: Tuesday, 07 March 2017 11:11

An article about the MARIO project has recently been published in a famous British news portal.

 

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3rd Webinar on Companion Robots

Published: Thursday, 02 March 2017 12:59

We would like to invite you for the 3rd Webinar on Companion Robots sponsored by the MARIO EU Project (http://mario-project.eu/). Details are provided below:

Title: Using frames in assistive robotics

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Mario on Apolitical

Published: Monday, 13 February 2017 11:23

An interesting article about Mario has been published in the weekly briefing section of an online platform called Apolitical. Apolitical is an international platform which works towards connecting and promoting the best people and ideas in public service and that showcases the best innovative public partnerships around the world. It is aimed at solving the complex challenges facing our societies.

They syndicate their media through publications including The World Economic Forum, the Huffington Post, and Fast Company. They are supported by the EU, and their partners include the UK Cabinet Office, Chatham House, the UAE Crown Prince Court and the Open Data Institute and the Wilson Women in Public Service Project.

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