From its Ballina facility, Lionbridge co-ordinates thousands of homeworkers across the globe who are constantly accessing sites, testing them for quality and ease of use.
Following on from last year’s announcement that Dublin Institute of Technology, IT Tallaght and IT Blanchardstown were to merge to form Technological University (TU) Dublin, a similar plan is underway for the midlands and mid-west.
Founded in 2012, Davra has developed an application enablement platform (AEP) that allows system integrators, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and end customers to define, build and rapidly bring to market industrial-grade IoT applications.
Despite suggestions that meteorite craters could host deep microbial communities on Earth – or even on other planets – there has been no direct evidence to prove it, until now.
The 12-month Enterprise Ireland industry partnership project between Tyndall and Endotronix will explore the application of novel electronics technologies to wireless, implantable sensors for chronic disease management, focusing on the area of heart failure.
University of Limerick researchers are excited by a new material that can create water from thin air in the most remote of locations.
Researchers from the SFI Advanced Materials and Bioengineering Research (AMBER) centre at Trinity College Dublin have revealed a new way to produce graphene using Irish whiskey.
Although Tines was not actively seeking funding, Blossom Capital has invested in the company, which will now accelerate its global expansion. In a statement, Tines said that it will use the funding to hire engineers in Dublin
In 2017, Dubliner Shane Curran was named winner of the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE). Now, at the age of 19, the company he founded earlier this year has secured $3.2m in seed funding.
With support from IDA, Ireland has emerged as a leading global destination for some of the world’s top Cyber Security companies that want to build strategic international activities here, such as core product development, international headquarters and administration, or EMEA sales and marketing.
Eltex is leading the weaving world from Templemore, Co Tipperary, developing sensors to improve textile manufacturing.
Arm’s advanced, energy-efficient processor designs have enabled intelligent computing in more than 150bn chips powering products from smartphone sensors to supercomputers.
Researchers have created a genetic map of the UK and Ireland, revealing links between Gaelic lands and Iceland.
A team of Trinity researchers has discovered a family of proteins that could one day lead to better treatments for those with type 2 diabetes.
Antibiotics that are close to being made useless by the rise of superbugs could be saved with the creation of new molecules.
Technology developed by Kerry-based Dairymaster, which uses AI to optimise milking, was named winner of an Enterprise Ireland innovation award.
DCU has launched its Exoskeleton Programme with the aim of helping those with paralysis get back on their feet.
2019 BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition winner and Dubliner Adam Kelly has been named Europe’s best young scientist for the development of a tool that could usher in a quantum computer revolution.
CroíValve has developed a minimally invasive treatment that can restore function to the tricuspid valve when it is damaged by heart failure.
Atturos has partnered with Proteomics International Laboratories to license PromarkerD, a diagnostic blood test to predict the onset of diabetic kidney disease, to partners in the European market.
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