Engineers at Trinity College Dublin have unveiled the first prototype for a robot designed to work in care homes.
The Mary Mulvihill Memorial Award honours the memory of the science journalist, author and founder of Ingenious Ireland.
All Irish girls nominated are members of CoderDojo, which attests to the impact the organisation has had.
NUI Galway is to lead a national effort to turn our waste into potentially vital biofuels, making Ireland more energy self-efficient.
A team from NUI Galway has made a substantial breakthrough in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease using a new collagen brain matrix.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is forecast to boost Irish GDP by 11.6pc or the equivalent of an extra €48bn, according to new research by PwC.
Tech firms in Ireland raised €317m in venture capital (VC) funding in the third quarter of 2017, bringing the total raised in the first nine months of the year to €817m.
CorkBIC and its partners announced the launch of Ireland’s first International Security Accelerator, which will offer a €50,000 investment to teams in the wider security industry.
IDA Ireland CEO Martin Shanahan speaks Irish politics, taxes and jobs amid Brexit uncertainty.
UCD is to lead a new Irish-Welsh climate change research project with the goal of improving the quality of coastal waters in the region.
The increased fund allocation for innovation in Budget 2018 means Ireland will finally join the ESO.
A recent study into the effects of inactivity on the human body could help astronauts survive the challenges of life in space.
Science Foundation Ireland (SFI), in partnership with Wellcome and the Health Research Board (HRB), has announced the three biomedical researchers to receive this year’s Investigator Awards in Science.
Lero has announced that its newest member IT Tralee has secured a €400,000 research programme, as part of the third-level institute’s collaboration with Bon Secours Hospital Tralee.
Ireland has followed up joining the ESO with an agreement to gain access to ESA’s latest high-tech satellite, Sentinel-5P.
20 start-ups in the life sciences, medtech and digital health space have a chance to join a globally renowned MassChallenge bootcamp in Cork.
Start-ups founded by women in Ireland are a force to be reckoned with, according to new data from TechIreland.
Great news for Irish start-up CloudKPI as co-founders join prestigious accelerator.
Mingo wants to make cryptocurrency more accessible for everybody.
Those living with diabetic foot ulcers will be happy to hear that a new device aims to treat the ailment with DNA.
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