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A European team of astronomers, including members from Trinity College Dublin (TCD) have won €2.5m of European Commission funding to create a solar storm forecasting service to lessen storms’ impact on Earth.
Dr Evelyn Freney is discovering how man-made and natural aerosol particles help to form clouds and affect our health.
Two-thirds of employers in Ireland claim IT roles will be the hardest to fill in 2015 marking a significant jump on the previous year, Abrivia’s latest Survey Spotlights report suggests.
Former BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition winner Aisling Judge believes we need a change of gear when promoting women in STEM to school students.
Jane Ní Dhulchaointigh, the inventor of the Sugru moldable glue technology, has been named by US news network CNN as one of seven female tech superheroes to watch in 2015.
After a full three days of judging and exhibiting at the RDS, Dublin, Ian O’Sullivan and Eimear Murphy have been named the overall winners of the 2015 BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition.
With the CAO deadline looming on 1st Feb 2015, IDA Ireland, the state agency dealing with some of the biggest companies in the country, wants to remind students that skills in technology, engineering and languages will be highly valuable when they finish education and enter the jobs market.
Over 1,150 overseas companies have chosen Ireland as their strategic location in Europe
Ireland was the third least complex country for multinationals to do business in in 2014, according to TMF Group’s Global Benchmark Complexity Index.
Pharmaceutical Product Development, LLC (PPD) has completed an expansion of its clinical supplies facility in Athlone, Ireland, that will enable the company to double its packaging warehousing capabilities and quadruple its distribution services. Those increases are the result of PPD more than tripling the size of the facility as part of its long-term strategy to expand its global depot network. The facility now features 20,000 square feet of space to support the company’s ability to store, package and label for the clinical trials PPD conducts for its clients.