A new degree course in Additive Manufacturing, the first of its kind, is up and running at SETU in conjunction with SEAM.
Commonly known as 3D Printing, Additive Manufacturing has revolutionised how things are made. Course Lead David Alarco joins Mary in studio.
Mary is also joined in studio by Director of Waterford Treasures, Eamonn McEneaney, to discuss the great news that The Irish Museum of Time, situated in Waterford City, is the only Irish finalist in the World Tourism Awards which are happening in early November.
Eamonn will discuss what a nomination like this means for Tourism locally.
And, Parker Law Solicitors is the only Waterford firm to be nominated in this year’s Irish Law Awards, having been shortlisted in five categories.
The company, which has grown from one person to nine staff in its four year existence, is owned by Suzanne Parker and she speaks to Mary – all on this week’s Hot Desk, which can be accessed via the play button on the photo above.
Reported by Jordan Norris, WLRFM reporter.