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New National Children's Science Centre to open, Irish antibiotic blueprint could delay post-antibiotic era and Dublin researcher awarded €2.5m to create future battery.
2016’s Young Scientist winners announced. Niamh Scanlon named EU Digital Girl of the Year 2015. Limerick firm Arralis renews ESA deal to keep tech in space.
Lero issues call for 136 PhD software researchers. Limerick man makes history in James Dyson Awards and Irish-led team finds ancient European human genome.
Bizimply named ESB Spark of Genius winner 2015. Students unveil electric DeLorean for BTTF day and UCD and Trinity make important cancer discovery.
Ireland ranks 8th in Global Innovation Index 2015. Compact Imaging building advanced photonics sensor. Three Irish students claim top prizes at EUCYS 2015.
Pramerica has been one of the best things to happen in Letterkenny. Galway gains major world-leading underwater ocean observatory. Irish space mission Cumar to launch by end of 2016. Lightsource to invest up to €500m in Irish solar farms.
Irish researchers capture €127m of Horizon 2020. Ulster University improving UI to save lives. Cork could be home to the synthetic biology revolution
IDA Ireland’s Digital Summer 2015 edition of Innovation Ireland Review magazine includes features on Irish Design, Yeats 2015, InspireFest, Tyco and much more
Irish space race launched by Prof Susan McKenna-Lawlor. IoT device showcase shows Ireland’s a hub for IoT – Inspirefest. Sheree Atcheson: ‘Women Who Code is coming to Dublin’. Science Hack Day Dublin 2015 officially announced and €1.5m fund created for 20 academia-industry SFI research projects.
Irish win big at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. Ireland invests €5m in Connected Health Technology Centre. Solar harvesting mystery solved by Irish and Qatari scientists
Android app among DCU Innovation Award winners. Young digital creators show their skills at Eircom Junior Spiders. Start-ups to roll up and pitch for May PCH Hardware Hackathon.
The international financial service industry in Ireland is growing; Irish astrophysicists can gain enormously if Ireland joins ESO; Katherine Fitzgerald receives St Patrick’s Day Science Medal; IT Carlow allies with China’s Shadong Academy of Sciences.
Viagogo talks about #WhyIreland and Investing in Limerick. Prof Muffy Calder celebrates Boole bicentenary in Cork. IT Carlow open €5.5m aerospace research centre. Irish team develops non-invasive MS and arthritis treatment.
Limerick woman reaching for the sky in atmospheric research. Irishwoman one of 7 tech superheroes to watch in 2015. TCD in European team to predict future solar flares. Viagogo Group to double workforce in Ireland with new operations centre in Limerick.
SFI and Pfizer announce €1.9m fund for 5 Irish researchers. Cleveland Clinic selects medical device invented by Irish GP. Irish DNA research on ancient parchment reveals our past. Guidewire to bring 80 new jobs to Dublin with expansion.
European Commission honours Irishman’s contribution to Generation Science. Cork scientists invent 'cutting-edge' simulator for surgeons to cut errors by 40pc. The interview: Lauren Boyle, European Digital Girl of the Year for 2014
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Women are technology’s gatekeepers in emerging economies. BT Young Scientist 2015 by the numbers: 54pc of entries are female, 46pc are male. Ireland tops the leader board during Europe Code Week with 508 entries. The Web Summit in Dublin - An insider's guide
Irish schoolgirls triumph at Google Science Fair and collect the Grand Prize and scholarships. A great day for Irish science as schoolboy comes second in European contest and Limerick student’s life-saving technology wins €2,500 James Dyson Award.
Ireland has been named the best country in the world for business; UCC scientist developing exciting, new multi-use vaccine patch; Ireland's Medical Technology Awards have been launched.
Adroll expands its European operations centre in Dublin; 105 additional Irish schools to connect to 100Mbps broadband; Security player AlienVault to create 40 new tech jobs in Cork.
VIDEO - Hear first-hand from investors, start-ups and multinationals on what makes Ireland a leading tech hub; NCAD launches new Origin8 innovation centre; Huawei to spend US$6m on research in Ireland this year.
Read the eighth issue of the Innovation Ireland Review in association with IDA Ireland
Video: Some global business leaders talk about IDA Ireland; Actor takes a playful approach to design and gaming; Irish-led €9m investment in assistive tech.
Juno initiative seeks to encourage women in university physics; Storyful to power Facebook’s new FB Newswire service; New work permit law to make Ireland 'internet capital of Europe'
What makes the Midlands area great for business?; High-teck maker space planned for DCU Innovation Campus; Wearable tech player Shimmer in lucrative €10m US medical devices deal; 5,000 construction jobs as Intel invests US$5bn.
Dublin, Europe’s Tech Hub 2014; Irish cyberpsychologist Mary Aiken inspires latest CSI TV spin-off; Irish chip at heart of Google’s multi-billion dollar bet on future of smartphones; SFI and Pfizer announce partnership for biotherapeutic breakthroughs.
Steve Jacobs CIO of Gilt talks about their Irish operations at Dublin & Limerick; New Irish Photonic Integration Centre launched in UCC; Tyco to open business services centre in Cork with 500 jobs.