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In an ‘important milestone’ for the south-west, CIT and IT Tralee will now become Munster Technological University.
Greencoat Renewables will purchase the Cavan and Offaly windfarms from Statkraft once they become operational in 2022.
Researchers combined pre-existing theories with modern machine learning techniques to create new molecules that make liquid fuel more efficient.
Researchers from NUI Galway and the University of Wyoming are developing a handheld device that could detect Covid-19 infection in 15 minutes.
Jaguar Land Rover will test autonomous car technology on a purpose-built, city-like track at a new Shannon facility.
The grounds of Áras an Uachtaráin are “extremely diverse”, according to a new study, and home to 800 different species of plant, animal and fungus.
WuXi Biologics is building the world’s largest single-use biologics manufacturing plant in Dundalk as part of a €325m investment.
Staying connected has been a challenge in 2020 as we’ve all come to realise the value of physical togetherness. But somehow Future Human managed to replicate that magic, writes Silicon Republic editor Elaine Burke.
With FDI showing a sharp global decline, IDA Ireland’s Martin Shanahan discussed the competitive challenges ahead with Ann O’Dea at Future Human 2020.
Following a €2m investment from donors, Tallaght University Hospital has completed its first robot-assisted surgery.
A new €11.1m project has launched with the aim of uniting Ireland’s various quantum computer research groups.
The funding will help the company progress the clinical development of therapies for acute myeloid leukaemia.
RCSI’s new partnership with Skyline Dx will combine genomics testing and next-generation sequencing tech with the goal of advancing predictive tests for multiple myeloma.
An NUI Galway researcher is the first Irish recipient of the Herman Schaalma Award from the European Health Psychology Society.
A study conducted by Cork-based researchers highlighted the potential role of bacteria in treating viruses.
ALS Loughrea has celebrated its 40th year of business and is now a major employer in the Galway town with more than 200 employees.
Seed funding for the company comes as it expects significant future demand for its virtual reality remote training technology.
Dr Tomás Ryan is the first scientist in an Irish institution to win a research prize from the Lister Institute of Preventive Medicine.
Researchers at TCD, Queen’s and Bristol will look to gain an understanding of quantum thermodynamics in the smallest possible engines.
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