Intel’s acquisition of Irish tech firm Movidius is enabling Intel and Microsoft to bring more AI capabilities to Windows 10.
One of the world’s most debilitating diseases could be identified from a simple blood test, new research from RCSI has found.
This year’s recipients of SFI’s St Patrick’s Day Medal include renowned physics professor Margaret Murnane and Granahan McCourt Capital CEO David McCourt.
With the aim of developing a treatment for a rare and debilitating skin disorder, an Irish biopharma company and UCD have signed a gene therapy licensing deal.
Hainan is China’s largest independent airline and it is launching a new year-round service from Dublin to Beijing starting on 12 June and will operate four times a week.
DCU’s designation as an autism-friendly campus comes at the end of an 18-month research project.
The Galway-based Cúram centre will partner with five institutions to find ways to produce new skin for those with burns or chronic wounds as part of a €4m EU project.
Mergers and acquisitions (M&As) in Ireland in 2017 surged by 5.9pc, with a total of 143 deals worth €14.9bn recorded during the year, according to the latest William Fry report.
A new academic and industry partnership worth €280,000 aims to end the damaged caused by superbugs in hospitals.
By analysing specific signals sent in your brain, researchers can tell whether you’ve actually understood what you’ve just heard.
Mobile operator Three sees uniform 5G as a differentiator in Ireland’s future telecoms market. There will be no urban-rural digital divide when 5G is rolled out, according to Three Ireland CEO Robert Finnegan.
Trinity College Dublin’s (TCD) AMBER centre announced a partnership with global healthcare company Johnson & Johnson to open a collaborative laboratory focused on 3D bioprinting by the end of 2018.
The ICHEC and the Government are asking the public to choose the name of the latest supercomputer from a list that includes many prominent women scientists.
Our very DNA could one day be uploaded with vast amounts of digital information, bolstered by a new breakthrough from TSSG.
Irish geoscientists have teamed up to bridge the field’s gender gap with the launch of a new, dedicated organisation known as IAWG.
More than 10 years of pioneering R&D has enabled Pilot Photonics to develop laser tech that could revolutionise multiple industries, including space.
Extensive research into the genetic spread across Ireland and Britain has found that we have massively underestimated Irish Viking heritage.
Irishman with hit US TV show based on his life to bring AI to cutting edge of tomorrow’s battlefield.
In Ireland, IBM inventors are originating a patent a week, with innovations ranging from detecting parking spaces and localising air pollution sources.
Predicting volcanic eruptions is hardly an exact science these days, but some humble crystals could give us a much-needed heads-up.
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