Irish researchers taking part in a global study have helped develop a new treatment that saw improvement in children with a peanut allergy.
DCU is now home to a new early childhood research centre that will attempt to better understand and develop the latest education techniques.
A team from the I-Form advanced manufacturing research centre was awarded first prize in a global 3D printing competition.
Trinity College Dublin has revealed its €230m capital programme to build the campus of the future as part of the university’s first Estates Strategy.
Fifth-year student Adam Kelly of Skerries, Dublin, has been named overall winner of SciFest 2018 for his open source quantum computing simulator.
Using the gene-editing tool CRISPR, TCD scientists have discovered a potential therapy for one of the most common soft tissue cancers.
Cortechs is one of the innovative Irish tech companies punching above their weight when it comes to securing EU Horizon 2020 funding.
ESB has announced plans to fund a number of STEAM initiatives as part of a new €7.5m programme called Generation Tomorrow.
A leading figure in the Irish astronomical community, Prof Peter Gallagher will now lead DIAS’s astronomy and astrophysics division.
The SFI-funded APC Microbiome Ireland centre in Cork will lead a €3.4m probiotic research programme to aid mothers and babies alike.
Irish educational institutions have signed deals to make closer ties between Irish and Chinese research in computer science and AI.
An Irish drone concept developed by Drone Consultants Ireland will travel to Marseille this December as part of a European space engineering competition.
An AIT researcher could soon make the lives of those needing a heart stent that bit easier after finding a way for the instrument to dissolve over time.
Intel has announced plans for an exciting AI/computer vision incubator programme at Talent Garden’s newest facility.
Dr Colin Clarke of NIBRT is to head a four-year programme in collaboration with leading scientists across Europe.
The overall winner of the awards this year was Agri-Spread International, a leading Irish agricultural machinery manufacturer involved in designing and manufacturing next-generation precision fertiliser and lime-spreading equipment.
Researchers at DIAS are leading a project to monitor the mysterious depths of the Atlantic Ocean floor over the next two years.
One project from Germany and two projects from Canada were awarded €7,000 each for their outstanding efforts at EUCYS 2018.
Engineers working on Ireland’s first satellite and the Government have confirmed it has completed a major milestone as it prepares for space.
Everyone with a family history of bowel cancer or polyps should be screened for the disease, according to an international study involving nine institutions in the US and Canada, co-led by University of Limerick (UL).
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