Powered by body heat, this smart plaster can ensure patients can be monitored and assessed remotely.
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.
SFI’s Insight Centre for Data Analytics has become Ireland’s first member of the Partnership on AI.
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.
Taking inspiration from the pioneering work of Alan Turing, a Maynooth University computer scientist and his team have published a molecular computing discovery in prestigious journal Nature.
Prof Jocelyn Bell Burnell is putting her recent international award towards a new fund to help more Irish women and minority physics graduates find jobs.
Talent Garden is Europe’s largest network of digital innovation hubs. In October 2018, it opened its first capital city campus in Dublin City University (DCU) Alpha, the university’s dedicated innovation campus
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A team of young Wicklow students is ‘over the moon’ after picking up a major award at an international Lego competition held in Bristol.
The Government has signed a €38.6m agreement to bring seven SFI research centres into a partnership with UK counterparts.
Starting with Dublin in 2019, An Post is planning to replace its polluting urban fleet with EVs in three years’ time.
Researchers from AMBER have forged a new nanomaterial that could make significantly better batteries for smartphones and electric vehicles.
Astronomers from Ireland and 17 other countries have created a new map of the known universe revealing thousands of previously hidden galaxies.
Limerick medtech player Teckro has raised $25m in a Series C round led by US investor Northpond Ventures. Teckro was founded by brothers Gary and Nigel Hughes, and Jacek Skrzypiec in 2015. The founders sold their previous company, Firecrest, to global clinical research giant Icon in 2011.
The Guinness Enterprise Centre (GEC) at the heart of Dublin’s Liberties district has received planning permission for a €10m redevelopment and expansion.
Researchers at University of Limerick (UL) have developed a breakthrough solution that turns waste plastic bottles into composites for many uses, including car parts.
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.
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