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15 September 2017

Ireland’s most unique sci-tech conference will be back with a bang in June 2018, and now you can be one of the first to book your place there.

Countdown to Inspirefest 2018 is on as first tickets for June event go on sale

Ireland’s most unique sci-tech conference will be back with a bang in June 2018, and now you can be one of the first to book your place there.

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15 September 2017

From its base in Dublin, Cubic Telecom is becoming a global player on the IoT and M2M front with the closing of a new round of funding worth €40m.
 

Dublin-based Cubic Telecom gets €40m injection to boost IoT tech

From its base in Dublin, Cubic Telecom is becoming a global player on the IoT and M2M front with the closing of a new round of funding worth €40m.
 

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15 September 2017

With antibiotic resistance on the rise, a team of researchers has drawn up the blueprint for drugs that could deliver a killer punch to bacteria.
 

Irish team creates battle-plan blueprint for badly needed antibiotics

With antibiotic resistance on the rise, a team of researchers has drawn up the blueprint for drugs that could deliver a killer punch to bacteria.
 

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15 September 2017

A key element in understanding how human lungs fight TB has been unlocked, which could be crucial with the onset of an antibiotic resistance.

Irish team aids in major discovery showing how TB hijacks immune cells

A key element in understanding how human lungs fight TB has been unlocked, which could be crucial with the onset of an antibiotic resistance.

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15 September 2017

The new co-directors of SSPC hail from the fields of crystal engineering and pharmaceutical powder engineering.
 

University of Limerick’s pharma centre appoints two directors for first time

The new co-directors of SSPC hail from the fields of crystal engineering and pharmaceutical powder engineering.
 

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15 September 2017

A team of researchers has created autonomous vehicles on the microscale, not for the benefit of driving, but for future drug delivery.

Researchers put AI into microscopic, autonomous vehicles to fight cancer

A team of researchers has created autonomous vehicles on the microscale, not for the benefit of driving, but for future drug delivery.

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15 September 2017

As we drive down the road of autonomous car development, Wendy Belluomini of IBM Research thinks the biggest speed bump will be regulation.

The biggest challenge for autonomous cars is regulation, not tech

As we drive down the road of autonomous car development, Wendy Belluomini of IBM Research thinks the biggest speed bump will be regulation.

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15 September 2017

The medtech industry in Ireland is going strong, with an estimated 39,000 people set to be working in the field by 2020.

Irish Medtech Awards launched as industry flourishes

The medtech industry in Ireland is going strong, with an estimated 39,000 people set to be working in the field by 2020.

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28 July 2017

Dublin mobile tech firm close to clinching new investment and creating more jobs

Driverless car future puts Cubic Telecom in fast lane for $40m fundraising

Dublin mobile tech firm close to clinching new investment and creating more jobs

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21 July 2017

Ireland cannot be complacent when it comes to Brexit, warns IDA’s Martin Shanahan.

Brexit investments won’t just fall into our laps, warns IDA Ireland CEO

Ireland cannot be complacent when it comes to Brexit, warns IDA’s Martin Shanahan.

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20 July 2017

New research conducted by an Irish team into a possible treatment for Huntington’s disease is showing significant early promise.

New Huntington’s disease treatment from Irish team shows early promise

New research conducted by an Irish team into a possible treatment for Huntington’s disease is showing significant early promise.

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19 July 2017

In Thailand, three young, Irish chemistry students have walked away with a bronze medal at the 49th International Chemistry Olympiad.

Three students equal record Irish haul for bronze at International Chemistry Olympiad

In Thailand, three young, Irish chemistry students have walked away with a bronze medal at the 49th International Chemistry Olympiad.

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17 July 2017

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.

NUI Galway to lead €3m worth of fresh research projects

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.

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06 July 2017

Boat festooned with the cream of Irish IoT technology completes journey in 34 hours, one minute and 47 seconds.

Thunder Child’s lightning dash around Ireland ends triumphantly in Cork

Boat festooned with the cream of Irish IoT technology completes journey in 34 hours, one minute and 47 seconds.

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06 July 2017

Waterford IT-based TSSG will orchestrate a new international programme to improve Irish and Welsh fisheries, armed with €1.8m in funding.

Waterford IT-based TSSG will orchestrate a new international programme to improve Irish and Welsh fisheries, armed with €1.8m in funding.

Waterford IT-based TSSG will orchestrate a new international programme to improve Irish and Welsh fisheries, armed with €1.8m in funding.

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29 June 2017

Eight researchers at UCD are getting access to €2.1m of EU funding as part of a new cancer rehabilitation research programme.

UCD to lead new €2.1m European cancer rehab research programme

Eight researchers at UCD are getting access to €2.1m of EU funding as part of a new cancer rehabilitation research programme.

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29 June 2017

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.

UL Bernal Institute now sporting one of the world’s leading microscopes

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.

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29 June 2017

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.

UL joins DCU as ‘University of Sanctuary’, scholarships on way

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.

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29 June 2017

OxyMem’s wastewater management system has attracted investors from far and wide, though courting the Saudi Arabian Oil Company is a big coup.

Saudi oil giant takes stake in Irish wastewater start-up OxyMem

OxyMem’s wastewater management system has attracted investors from far and wide, though courting the Saudi Arabian Oil Company is a big coup.

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29 June 2017

A talking, friendly hospital doll for children was just one of the winners at this year’s CoderDojo Coolest Projects 2017 in Dublin.

Talking hospital doll among winners at CoderDojo Coolest Projects 2017

A talking, friendly hospital doll for children was just one of the winners at this year’s CoderDojo Coolest Projects 2017 in Dublin.

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