Researchers used genome skimming to find unexpected relationships between seemingly distant groups of oceanic squid, solving an age-old puzzle.
This is the second phase of funding to support Ireland’s dairy industry researchers.
Dr Andrew Kellett, who led the DCU team, said the discovery yielded ‘promising’ results for the future of difficult-to-treat cancers.
Scientists used magnets, sensors and a graphite paste to work towards the ‘infinite directions of movement that nature has created’ in worms.
The Limerick Digital Cancer Research Centre will explore how new technologies can help tackle cancer in Ireland’s rapidly ageing population.
Three young Irish students have taken home top prizes from the European Union Contest for Young Scientists.
Using machine learning to model Earth’s systems, research found continental volcanic arcs to be the most important driving force of weathering intensity.
The funding will enable early-career researchers to work with organisations on projects ranging from lymphoma cells to maternity care for CF patients.
The National Robotarium in Edinburgh is creating the world’s first robot squash coach to make one-on-one sessions more affordable and accessible.
The record-breaking magnetic material could pave the way for a new generation of ultra-fast computers and data storage systems.
The technology design the ESA will use from the battery manufacturer is a critical safety requirement for future space missions.
The new fund will support the scaling of research spin-outs into the next generation of international deep-tech companies.
Oomnitza, the leader in technology asset orchestration solutions, has announced the establishment of a new development office in Galway that will create more than 25 new regional jobs over the next three years.
New research at VistaMilk aims to point the way towards ‘climate-smart farming’ in Ireland.
The Government has awarded funding to groundbreaking projects in areas such as life sciences, medical devices, AI and manufacturing.
The European Research Council awarded grants to more than 200 researchers across Europe as part of its 2020 Advanced Grants competition.
New research has provided physical evidence that unique spider-like features on the Martian surface can be formed by the sublimation of CO2 ice.
The system will provide new information that will help in the development of personalised medicine and novel diagnostics.
Ireland has launched its first call for proposals under Horizon Europe, the most ambitious research funding programme from the EU.
The EU-funded project could provide a major breakthrough in sustainable energy.
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