The US-Ireland Research and Development (R&D) Partnership – an alliance between the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and the US – has awarded €73m in funding to collaborative research projects.
NUI Galway has announced the establishment of a stem cell research centre in China in partnership with Hebei Medical University.
Around 250,000 smart electricity meters will be deployed on behalf of ESB Networks by a consortium consisting of engineering giant Siemens and smart metering firm Kamstrup.
The largest Parkinson’s disease charity in Europe has given the seal of approval to a new Irish smartphone app developed by Beats Medical.
A new multimillion-euro programme will give ocean energy developers the chance to test their technology at Europe’s leading open sea test centres.
DCU researchers collaborated with astronomers from the US to solve a black hole mystery that has plagued them for years.
Dublin-based Nuritas is set to work with supplement manufacturer Pharmavite to discover and test new consumer products.
Cork Chamber of Commerce is to raise €200,000 for a social innovation fund to enable local initiatives with a social, environmental or economic impact.
The European Investment Bank has announced plans to pump €84m into a European-wide renewable energy development, including Ireland.
The University of Limerick is to lead an €8m EU research project to greatly enhance the range and power of EVs to suit future demand.
The Irish Research Council has selected two budding Irish scientists to travel to ESA to hone their skills following a national competition.
The University of Limerick is preparing for a major upgrade with a new campus to be opened in 2022.
Researchers have delved deep into the unconscious mind to find answers that prove what we once thought was wrong.
UCC has announced the appointment of leading Irish quantum physicist Prof Seámus Davis as head of a pioneering quantum research programme.
Dublin start-up Xpanse AI has been named the winner of the latest NDRC Investor Showcase. The automated predictive analytics start-up was part of the accelerator’s 2018 autumn cohort and will receive €30,000 in follow-on investment.
Cork hair and beauty salon software firm WhatSalon has been acquired by a division of Canadian firm Constellation Software. Toronto-headquartered Constellation has annual revenues of $2.1bn and employs more than 13,000 people.
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.
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