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Limerick Institute of Technology has received planning permission to construct a major new campus at Coonagh.
Dublin mobile tech firm close to clinching new investment and creating more jobs.
The assumption that Ireland stands to gain an easy windfall in jobs and investments from the UK’s decision to exit the EU is a foolish one, warned IDA Ireland CEO Martin Shanahan.
New research conducted by an Irish team into a possible treatment for Huntington’s disease is showing significant early promise.
In Thailand, three young, Irish chemistry students have walked away with a bronze medal at the 49th International Chemistry Olympiad
Fishing, medtech and energy are three areas of focus at NUI Galway after a fresh batch of funding was secured for the north and west of the country.
Waterford IT-based TSSG will orchestrate a new international programme to improve Irish and Welsh fisheries, armed with €1.8m in funding.
Boat festooned with the cream of Irish IoT technology completes journey in 34 hours, one minute and 47 seconds.
UL has been named Ireland’s second University of Sanctuary, following commitments to people living under Direct Provision.
The University of Limerick has revealed its latest toy, a €6m microscope that will allow researchers to study materials at an atomic level, or on the scale of 10-billionths of a millimetre.
Eight researchers at UCD are getting access to €2.1m of EU funding as part of a new cancer rehabilitation research programme.
A talking, friendly hospital doll for children was just one of the winners at this year’s CoderDojo Coolest Projects 2017 in Dublin.
OxyMem’s wastewater management system has attracted investors from far and wide, though courting the Saudi Arabian Oil Company is a big coup.
Wexford and San Diego-based internet of things powerhouse Taoglas has invented a new kind of radio system for the next generation of connected cars.
Whether you’re on track to become the next leader or just looking for a change, Inspirefest 2017 will help you grow your career.
Following the establishment of a major investigation into renewable energy at South West College, 12 PhD researcher positions are to be filled.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in Ireland has issued its annual call to researchers in the hope of finding solutions to emerging and complex environmental problems.
One of Ireland’s largest sci-tech events is nearly here, with some big names to descend on Dublin for Inspirefest 2017 this July.
DCU and the ESA have teamed up to create a new maker space for IoT developers, for creating and rapidly prototyping satellite communications technology.
Four offices – University College Cork (UCC), Cork IT, Teagasc Cork and IT Tralee – have joined forces to create what they claim is Ireland’s largest technology transfer consortium, entitled the Bridge Network.
A team of researchers from Trinity College Dublin believes it has unlocked the hidden secrets of how Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s form in the brain.
At Cork’s RebelBio accelerator, 15 breakthrough biotech start-ups from around the world are gearing up to push the boundaries of science and entrepreneurship.
Eight research projects underway at NUI Galway have been awarded funding to commercialise their ideas, ranging from renewable energy to treatment of Parkinson’s disease.
Dublin-based researcher Deirdre Robertson impressed the FameLab Ireland judges enough to be named this year’s national winner for her technique of ‘unfreezing our brains’.
An international NASA study led by UCD has observed one of nature’s greatest spectacles from space: gamma-ray flashes from tropical storms.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has revealed that 41 Irish researchers were approved for a total of €12.9m for climate-related studies on a variety of related projects
Tech platform Treemetrics has won a €1m deal with Ireland’s national forestry company Coillte to deploy a world first for forestry.
Sligo’s star is rising, becoming a go-to location for local entrepreneurs and overseas firms to start up and scale up.
In the past year alone, researchers at the AMBER centre in Trinity have identified not one, but 22 new magnets.