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05 June 2019
 Researchfest 2019 winner trying to find cancer cures in medicine cabinets

DCU’s Debbie O’Reilly was named the winner of Researchfest 2019 for her work in trying to find possible cures for prostate cancer using common drugs.
 

Researchfest 2019 winner trying to find cancer cures in medicine cabinets

DCU’s Debbie O’Reilly was named the winner of Researchfest 2019 for her work in trying to find possible cures for prostate cancer using common drugs.
 

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05 June 2019
Could this idea revolutionise the solo travel experience at airports?

Solo travellers make up most of those going through Dublin Airport, and this prize-winning concept might make their journeys a bit easier.
 

Could this idea revolutionise the solo travel experience at airports?

Solo travellers make up most of those going through Dublin Airport, and this prize-winning concept might make their journeys a bit easier.
 

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05 June 2019
Children’s storybook of Irish scientists wins €2,000 Mary Mulvihill Award

A sample of an illustrated children’s book profiling some of Ireland’s greatest scientists has won this year’s Mary Mulvihill Award.
 

Children’s storybook of Irish scientists wins €2,000 Mary Mulvihill Award

A sample of an illustrated children’s book profiling some of Ireland’s greatest scientists has won this year’s Mary Mulvihill Award.
 

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05 June 2019
ApisProtect and Inmarsat develop early warning system to save the bees

Move by Cork internet of things company to save the bees and increase global crop production.
 

ApisProtect and Inmarsat develop early warning system to save the bees

Move by Cork internet of things company to save the bees and increase global crop production.
 

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05 June 2019
Irish quantum computing prodigy to have asteroid named after him

Irish secondary school student Adam Kelly will rub shoulders with Nobel dignitaries after being named one of the world’s brightest young students at ISEF 2019.
 

Irish quantum computing prodigy to have asteroid named after him

Irish secondary school student Adam Kelly will rub shoulders with Nobel dignitaries after being named one of the world’s brightest young students at ISEF 2019.
 

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05 June 2019
5 young scientists to represent Ireland at major Nobel prize meeting

The Irish Research Council has selected five Irish-based researchers to represent the nation at a meeting of Nobel Prize winners.
 

5 young scientists to represent Ireland at major Nobel prize meeting

The Irish Research Council has selected five Irish-based researchers to represent the nation at a meeting of Nobel Prize winners.
 

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05 June 2019
Construction begins on €325m WuXi Biologics plant in Dundalk

Dundalk plant aims to become the world’s largest single-use biologics manufacturing facility.
 

Construction begins on €325m WuXi Biologics plant in Dundalk

Dundalk plant aims to become the world’s largest single-use biologics manufacturing facility.
 

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05 June 2019
Fountain Healthcare raises €118m to invest in life sciences start-ups

New fund from Fountain Healthcare Partners will target European and US life sciences start-ups in areas such as pharma, biotech and medical devices.
 

Fountain Healthcare raises €118m to invest in life sciences start-ups

New fund from Fountain Healthcare Partners will target European and US life sciences start-ups in areas such as pharma, biotech and medical devices.
 

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30 April 2019
Fexco reveals €3m fintech research collaboration with UCC

Ambitious project could generate a lasting regional economic impact through fintech.
 

Fexco reveals €3m fintech research collaboration with UCC

Ambitious project could generate a lasting regional economic impact through fintech.
 

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30 April 2019
Inland Fisheries invests €160,000 in new electric car fleet

Inland Fisheries Ireland has launched a fleet of electric vehicles (EVs) with a view to achieving a 24pc reduction in CO2 emissions as part of a €160,000 investment.
 

Inland Fisheries invests €160,000 in new electric car fleet

Inland Fisheries Ireland has launched a fleet of electric vehicles (EVs) with a view to achieving a 24pc reduction in CO2 emissions as part of a €160,000 investment.
 

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30 April 2019
DCU forms life sciences R&D partnership with HealthBeacon

Fast-growth firm reveals new HealthBeacon Labs R&D facility at Dublin HQ.
 

DCU forms life sciences R&D partnership with HealthBeacon

Fast-growth firm reveals new HealthBeacon Labs R&D facility at Dublin HQ.
 

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30 April 2019
Here are 7 reasons why Dublin’s Inspirefest is unmissable

Taking place in the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin on 16 and 17 May 2019, Inspirefest is a solutions-focused event featuring intelligent discourse on science, technology and the arts with a distinct human-centred attitude.

Here are 7 reasons why Dublin’s Inspirefest is unmissable

Taking place in the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin on 16 and 17 May 2019, Inspirefest is a solutions-focused event featuring intelligent discourse on science, technology and the arts with a distinct human-centred attitude.

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30 April 2019
Wearables battery breakthrough could allow us to ditch bulky devices

New Irish research has shown that it could soon be possible to drastically change the size and shape of future wearable devices using a new material.
 

Wearables battery breakthrough could allow us to ditch bulky devices

New Irish research has shown that it could soon be possible to drastically change the size and shape of future wearable devices using a new material.
 

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30 April 2019
12 established researchers bag almost €12m for groundbreaking projects

The Irish Research Council is to fund 12 researchers to the tune of almost €12m under the 2019 Advanced Laureate Awards programme.

12 established researchers bag almost €12m for groundbreaking projects

The Irish Research Council is to fund 12 researchers to the tune of almost €12m under the 2019 Advanced Laureate Awards programme.

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30 April 2019
TCD leads €10m Horizon 2020 project to push limits of particle physics

€10m of the EU’s Horizon 2020 fund is to be given to a project led by TCD to push theoretical and particle physics to new extremes.
 

TCD leads €10m Horizon 2020 project to push limits of particle physics

€10m of the EU’s Horizon 2020 fund is to be given to a project led by TCD to push theoretical and particle physics to new extremes.
 

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30 April 2019
Dublin accountancy software company Big Red Cloud has raised €2.5m in capital

Dublin SaaS player plans to align with banks and attract 100,000 new customers in the post-Brexit SME business landscape.
 

Dublin accountancy software company Big Red Cloud has raised €2.5m in capital

Dublin SaaS player plans to align with banks and attract 100,000 new customers in the post-Brexit SME business landscape.
 

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28 March 2019
Tyndall to lead €4m breakthrough cardiac patch project

Powered by body heat, this smart plaster can ensure patients can be monitored and assessed remotely.
 

Tyndall to lead €4m breakthrough cardiac patch project

Powered by body heat, this smart plaster can ensure patients can be monitored and assessed remotely.
 

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28 March 2019
RCSI debuts ‘promising’ new sepsis drug treatment

Researchers at RCSI have carried out the pre-clinical trial into sepsis drug InnovoSep, which could potentially stop the progression of the condition in its early stages.
 

RCSI debuts ‘promising’ new sepsis drug treatment

Researchers at RCSI have carried out the pre-clinical trial into sepsis drug InnovoSep, which could potentially stop the progression of the condition in its early stages.
 

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28 March 2019
Insight Centre is first Irish member of Partnership on AI

SFI’s Insight Centre for Data Analytics has become Ireland’s first member of the Partnership on AI.
 

Insight Centre is first Irish member of Partnership on AI

SFI’s Insight Centre for Data Analytics has become Ireland’s first member of the Partnership on AI.
 

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28 March 2019
RCSI to lead €7m Parkinson’s research project

The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) has been selected to lead a new research study to deepen the understanding of Parkinson’s disease so that better treatments can be developed in the future.

RCSI to lead €7m Parkinson’s research project

The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) has been selected to lead a new research study to deepen the understanding of Parkinson’s disease so that better treatments can be developed in the future.

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