Major potential implications for motorists, train drivers, pilots and sportspeople Irish-based research published today (Thurs, June 30) in the international journal, Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science (IOVS), holds out the prospect of even sharper  vision for those who already have good eyesight. Whereas most research in this area...

On the 1st July 2016 Prof John Nolan was interviewed by Billy McCarthy about the new CREST publication in IOVS. You can hear Prof Nolan’s interview at 1:02 ...

Source: RTÉ Mobile – Waterford scientists find way to boost good vision New research suggests that it may be possible to improve the eye sight of people who already have 20/20 vision, just by giving them dietary supplements. Scientists at the Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) found...

PROFESSOR NOLAN WILL PRESENT HIS ERC PROJECT ‘CENTRAL RETINAL ENRICHMENT SUPPLEMENT TRIALS’ TO A NEW CAROTENOID NETWORK ON THURSDAY, 16 JUNE 2016 Professor John Nolan, Principal Investigator at the Nutrition Research Centre Ireland, is representing Ireland as a member of the Management Committee on EUROCAROTEN, a...

In the May 2016 edition of My Waterford, the NRCI and its research were featured. Prof Nolan and Wells, as well as Dr Marie Claire Van Hout, were interviewed on the ongoing research being conducted in Carriganore. You can read the article by clicking on...

On Wednesday 4th May 2016, Professor John Nolan was interviewed by Francis Shanahan for RTE Radio 1-Drivetime. He spoke about our new clinical trial CARES focusing on people with Mild Cognitive Impairment and the effect of nutritional supplements on their memory. To hear the interview...

Prof John Nolan and The Nutrition Research Centre Ireland’s European Research Council funded CREST project has been highlighted in EU Researcher Magazine. Click on the link below to read all about it (Pg 29). ...

New €15m national nutrition research centre established at WIT The importance of nutrition to a wide range of human health issues ranging from eyesight, cancer treatment and brain function to mental health, substance misuse and sports performance is to be examined in a new research centre...

As part of its efforts to raise funds for the Alzheimers’ Society of Ireland, Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) is running a free, public lecture for families of people with Alzheimers’ and those would like to learn more about it Professor Ríona Mulcahy, Consultant Physician in...