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.
Researchers from DIAS have led a study that has, for the first time, measured the mass and energy of massive jets crucial to star formation.
Engineers have unveiled an exosuit that, for the first time, assists its user in both running and walking.
Pharma giant Allergan and NIBRT have announced a new partnership to develop gene therapies from a virus that has yet to be produced in large quantities.
Mobile games company Scopely announced plans to extend its European presence with new and expanded offices in Dublin and Barcelona.
Loci Orthopaedics, which is developing tech to help people with arthritis, has raised almost €6m in funding to date.
Founded in Germany in 2005, Phenox provides a range of innovative and clinically proven products for the treatment of ischemic and haemorrhagic stroke.
Working with international researchers, a team from Trinity College Dublin has helped build an engine that greatly improves energy efficiency.
To solve the headache of taking drug cocktails, Athlone-based researchers have found a way to combine a number of different pills into just one.
The Brú na Bóinne site near Newgrange, Co Meath, continues to uncover a great deal of secrets about the Neolithic people who once lived there.
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