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Launch of Ireland’s First National Space Strategy For Enterprise 2019-2025

    Launch of Ireland’s First National Space Strategy For Enterprise 2019-2025

The Government has launched Ireland’s first National Space Strategy for Enterprise 2019-2025. The national strategy will provide strategic support to Ireland’s expanding space-active industry and research institutes, which work across a

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UK’s Biggest Privately Owned Nuclear Fusion Facility Under Construction

    UK’s Biggest Privately Owned Nuclear Fusion Facility Under Construction

Scientists have started to build Britain’s largest privately owned nuclear fusion facility which will generate a plasma temperature hotter than the surface of the Sun at a site in Buckinghamshire. The

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New Artificial Intelligence Tool Predicts How Much Milk 1.5 Million Cows Will Produce

    New Artificial Intelligence Tool Predicts How Much Milk 1.5 Million Cows Will Produce

Arla Foods, an international dairy company owned by 10,300 farmers from Denmark, Sweden, the UK, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, has developed a new artificial intelligence tool to better predict

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SaaS Firm Futrli Announces £5.5 Million Delivery Centre in Belfast

    SaaS Firm Futrli Announces £5.5 Million Delivery Centre in Belfast

Great Britain-based Futrli is to invest almost £5.5 million in a new delivery centre in Belfast, with 80 new jobs to be created over three years, more than doubling its

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DCU Forms Global Partnership With Online Education Platform FutureLearn

    DCU Forms Global Partnership With Online Education Platform FutureLearn

Dublin City University and Europe’s leading online social learning platform, FutureLearn, have announce a global strategic partnership to help meet the fast-growing demand for career-long, flexible learning. DCU’s collaboration with FutureLearn

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TU Dublin Announces Strategic Collaboration With ESB

    TU Dublin Announces Strategic Collaboration With ESB

Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) and ESB have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to establish a framework of strategic collaboration that will include three key areas – Research and

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Country’s First Master’s in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies) Launched

    Country’s First Master’s in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies) Launched

Ireland’s first ever Master’s in Blockchain (Distributed Ledger Technologies) has been launched. The programme has been developed by Skillnet Ireland’s Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet, in collaboration with Dublin City University. The

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Renewing Rural Generations, Jobs and Farms – RURALIZATION H2020

    Renewing Rural Generations, Jobs and Farms – RURALIZATION H2020

The economic, social and territorial cohesion of the EU is threatened by the unequal development of urban and rural areas. Population is expected to grow by 12% in urban areas

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Trinity College Dublin Crowned 2019 Enactus Ireland Champions

    Trinity College Dublin Crowned 2019 Enactus Ireland Champions

Enactus TCD were crowned the winners of the Enactus Ireland National Competition which took place recently in Chartered Accountants House, Dublin 2. The Enactus Ireland National Competition saw colleges from 10 HEI’s across the country compete

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UCD Mathematician Inducted into Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters

    UCD Mathematician Inducted into Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters

Professor Frederic Dias (pictured), an applied mathematician at University College Dublin (UCD) and a global leader in fluid dynamics research, has been elected a foreign member of the prestigious Norwegian

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Paradyn Launches High-speed Connectivity Service

    Paradyn Launches High-speed Connectivity Service

Paradyn, Ireland’s only end-to-end IT and communications service provider, has launched a new SD-WAN service which is expected to generate €1.5 million in new revenue over the next two years.

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World Leading Scientist to Present Inaugural Lecture at UCC

    World Leading Scientist to Present Inaugural Lecture at UCC

One of the world’s leading scientists will give an inaugural public lecture on the emerging second quantum revolution next week (Thursday, 6 June) at University College Cork (UCC). Relatively soon

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Number of International Degree Students Coming to Ireland Reaches New High

    Number of International Degree Students Coming to Ireland Reaches New High

New research examines how Ireland’s immigration policy helps to attract non-EEA nationals to study in Ireland and to retain them after graduation. The research is part of an EU-wide study

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New Partnership to Save Bees and Increase Global Crop Production

    New Partnership to Save Bees and Increase Global Crop Production

Inmarsat, the world leader in global, mobile satellite communications has announced a new partnership with ApisProtect, an Irish agritech innovator, which deploys the Internet of Things (IoT) technology to monitor the

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Call For Sustainable Energy Leaders to Enter SEAI Energy Awards 2019

    Call For Sustainable Energy Leaders to Enter SEAI Energy Awards 2019

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is looking for leaders in energy efficiency and renewable energy to enter this year’s SEAI Energy Awards. Now in their 16th year, the SEAI

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Future of Cybersecurity Research and Need for National Cybersecurity Research Centre Among Topics Discussed at Annual Colloquium at UCD

    Future of Cybersecurity Research and Need for National Cybersecurity Research Centre Among Topics Discussed at Annual Colloquium at UCD

University College Dublin (UCD) has hosted its 2019 cybersecurity research colloquium (www.ucdcyber.com) to showcase the breadth of world class research being undertaken at the university within this key research area.

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Kerry Agribusiness & Teagasc Celebrate 25 Years of Joint Programme Success

    Kerry Agribusiness & Teagasc Celebrate 25 Years of Joint Programme Success

Kerry Agribusiness and Teagasc are celebrating 25 years of working collaboratively on the Joint Programme, which commenced in 1994 and was an innovative concept of peer-led learning and knowledge transfer.

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Irish Business is First in Europe to Launch Compostable Packaging For Takeaway Food

    Irish Business is First in Europe to Launch Compostable Packaging For Takeaway Food

Healthy Thai delivery chain Camile Thai, have launched their new compostable range of packaging across their restaurants, which can go straight into the compost bin without washing. They are the

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TU Dublin Lecturer Wins RSC Education Award 2019

    TU Dublin Lecturer Wins RSC Education Award 2019

Dr Barry Ryan (pictured), a lecturer in Biochemistry at Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin), has won the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) Higher Education Teaching Award 2019. Dr Ryan is

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New Research Shows Near Extinction of Angel Shark in Irish Waters

    New Research Shows Near Extinction of Angel Shark in Irish Waters

New research published by Inland Fisheries Ireland has revealed how angel shark stocks have declined alarmingly in Irish waters. The study published in ‘Endangered Species Research’, includes long-term angling data which shows

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UCC Acquires the Myrtle Allen Archive

    UCC Acquires the Myrtle Allen Archive

University College Cork (UCC) has acquired the Myrtle Allen Archive of papers and is establishing the annual Myrtle Allen Memorial Lecture in honour of a pioneer in Irish food. Spanning

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Teagasc Research Impact in 2018

    Teagasc Research Impact in 2018

Teagasc has published ‘Teagasc Research Impact Highlights in 2018’. In any given year, the impact of Teagasc research is a combination of the continuing impact of past research, and the

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Allergan Accelerates Expansion in Ireland With €65 Million Investment

    Allergan Accelerates Expansion in Ireland With €65 Million Investment

Global life-science innovation leader, Allergan, which is headquartered in Ireland and operates four facilities here, has announced a €65 million capital investment programme for 2019 to facilitate the continued expansion

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Call Open For Start-ups to Join Latest NDRC at ArcLabs Accelerator Programme

    Call Open For Start-ups to Join Latest NDRC at ArcLabs Accelerator Programme

NDRC at ArcLabs is once again on the lookout for start-ups to join the South East accelerator programme. Applications are

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Irish Students Aim to Shape Ireland’s Future With Launch of the Enactus National Competition

    Irish Students Aim to Shape Ireland’s Future With Launch of the Enactus National Competition

A selection of Ireland’s most promising young social entrepreneurs recently joined Bank of Ireland ambassador and Leinster Rugby star, Sene

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TechConnect Live – Ireland’s Largest Technology Event – May 30th, RDS, Dublin

    TechConnect Live – Ireland’s Largest Technology Event – May 30th, RDS, Dublin

TechConnect Live, which is Ireland’s largest annual business and technology exhibition for Micro, SME and Enterprise level companies, is being

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Teagasc Joint 5th Among Research Organisations in Europe

    Teagasc Joint 5th Among Research Organisations in Europe

Teagasc secured €6.3 million funding for research from the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme in 2018. In comparison with all

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Royal College of Physicians of Ireland to Work With TestReach to Transform Management of its Exams

    Royal College of Physicians of Ireland to Work With TestReach to Transform Management of its Exams

TestReach, providers of innovative technology that allows any exam to be created and run online, has announced that the Royal College

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Beotanics Builds New R&D Centre

    Beotanics Builds New R&D Centre

Crop producer Beotanics is investing €1 million in a new research and development centre at its offices in Stoneyford, County Kilkenny. The

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LogMeIn to Create 200 Jobs in Dublin With New Office Expansion in Grand Canal Dock

    LogMeIn to Create 200 Jobs in Dublin With New Office Expansion in Grand Canal Dock

LogMeIn Inc, a leading provider of cloud-based connectivity and recognized as one of the world’s 10 largest public Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) companies,

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TU Dublin Awarded HERA Funding For Festivals Research

    TU Dublin Awarded HERA Funding For Festivals Research

Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) has been awarded €146,000 by the Humanities in the European Research Area (HERA) for FESTSPACE,

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Meetings Booker Wins Enterprise Ireland’s Pioneer Travel Tech Award

    Meetings Booker Wins Enterprise Ireland’s Pioneer Travel Tech Award

Meetings Booker has been named the best product winner of Enterprise Ireland’s Pioneer Travel Tech Award, which showcases and recognizes

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SEAI Leads €2.6 Million European Project to Unlock Potential of Ocean Energy

    SEAI Leads €2.6 Million European Project to Unlock Potential of Ocean Energy

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is leading a new pan-European project, Ocean Power Innovation Network (OPIN), which aims

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MOU Between Inland Fisheries Ireland and Trinity College Dublin

    MOU Between Inland Fisheries Ireland and Trinity College Dublin

Inland Fisheries Ireland and the School of Natural Sciences at Trinity College Dublin have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU).

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€3 Million FEXCO-UCC Research Collaboration Launched

    €3 Million FEXCO-UCC Research Collaboration Launched

FINTECHNEXT – a financial technology (fintech) research collaboration between technology company Fexco, University College Cork (UCC) and Science Foundation Ireland

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Vertical ‘Container Farms’ Can Produce Bigger and Better Natural Crops

    Vertical ‘Container Farms’ Can Produce Bigger and Better Natural Crops

Two vertical ‘container farms’ capable of producing natural crops which are more nutritious, have far bigger yields – and are

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Irish Universities Association Welcomes Government Announcement of €12 Million Investment in Curiosity Driven Basic Research

    Irish Universities Association Welcomes Government Announcement of €12 Million Investment in Curiosity Driven Basic Research

The Irish Universities Association (IUA) has welcomed the announcement by Ministers Joe McHugh and John Halligan of €12 million investment

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Professor Michael Diskin Awarded Teagasc Gold Medal For 2018

    Professor Michael Diskin Awarded Teagasc Gold Medal For 2018

Professor Michael Diskin is the 2018 winner of the Teagasc Gold Medal. Professor Diskin is Head of the Teagasc Animal

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UCC Ranked as World Leader For Social and Economic Impact

    UCC Ranked as World Leader For Social and Economic Impact

University College Cork (UCC) has been ranked as one of the leading universities in the world for social and economic

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UCD Mathematician Awarded €2.5 Million in European Research Council Funding

    UCD Mathematician Awarded €2.5 Million in European Research Council Funding

Professor Frederic Dias (pictured), an applied mathematician at University College Dublin (UCD), and a global leader in fluid dynamics research,

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Teagasc and TNO Sign Memorandum of Understanding

    Teagasc and TNO Sign Memorandum of Understanding

Teagasc, the national body responsible for providing research, advisory and training services to the Irish agri-food sector, and TNO, the

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CroíValve Raises €3.2 Million in Oversubscribed Funding Round

    CroíValve Raises €3.2 Million in Oversubscribed Funding Round

CroíValve, a medtech start-up providing a safe and effective treatment for tricuspid regurgitation, has secured €3.2 million in an oversubscribed

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EarthSense and Trinity College Dublin Join Forces to Create an Educational Air Quality Tool for Dublin City Centre

    EarthSense and Trinity College Dublin Join Forces to Create an Educational Air Quality Tool for Dublin City Centre

Air quality expert, EarthSense is integrating its Zephyr® air quality data into a new educational air quality tool developed by

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National IP Protocol 2019 to Drive Commercialisation of Irish Research and Boost Economic Growth

    National IP Protocol 2019 to Drive Commercialisation of Irish Research and Boost Economic Growth

The Government has launched the National IP Protocol 2019. The Protocol, which is in its third edition, is produced and managed

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Grass as an Important Source of Biomass

    Grass as an Important Source of Biomass

Is grass more than it seems?  This was a question addressed by a group of specialists from New Zealand, Denmark

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48% of Adults in Ireland Have Little to No Understanding of Drones

    48% of Adults in Ireland Have Little to No Understanding of Drones

In December 2018, Gatwick Airport in London was forced to cancel hundreds of flights and leave thousands of passengers stranded

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LEOs Unite to Create New Opportunity For Producers to Pitch to Top Food Buyers

    LEOs Unite to Create New Opportunity For Producers to Pitch to Top Food Buyers

Local Enterprise Offices (LEOs) in local authorities from all over the country have joined forces to make an unprecedented investment

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Standardised Protocol For Food Digestion Simulation – INFOGEST 2.0

    Standardised Protocol For Food Digestion Simulation – INFOGEST 2.0

Teagasc researchers have been involved in a large-scale EU-funded network to improve and standardise the scientific protocol for simulating food

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€31 Million Project Secured For Floating Wind Project Off the West Coast

    €31 Million Project Secured For Floating Wind Project Off the West Coast

A €31 million project has been approved for an ambitious four-year floating offshore wind project. Subject to consenting, it is planned

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Cork’s Third Level Institutions Call For Safer Cycling Infrastructure

    Cork’s Third Level Institutions Call For Safer Cycling Infrastructure

Cork’s third level education research institutions have come together to call for safer conditions for their staff and students who

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Ireland Ranks Lowest in Europe For Realising Benefits of Sustainable Business Practices

    Ireland Ranks Lowest in Europe For Realising Benefits of Sustainable Business Practices

Irish business leaders rank lowest in Europe when it comes to realising the benefits of environmentally-friendly approaches with only 45%

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Researchers at UCD Lead Development of New Urine Test to Detect Prostate Cancer

    Researchers at UCD Lead Development of New Urine Test to Detect Prostate Cancer

Cancer researchers at University College Dublin (UCD) have led the development of a new test which uses urine to detect

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Closing the Loop – European Commission Reports on Circular Economy Action Plan

    Closing the Loop – European Commission Reports on Circular Economy Action Plan

The European Commission has published a comprehensive report on the implementation of the Circular Economy Action Plan it adopted in December 2015.

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€13.7 Million Capital Investment For IT Sligo Under Project Ireland 2040

    €13.7 Million Capital Investment For IT Sligo Under Project Ireland 2040

IT Sligo has been successful in its application of funding for the development and upgrade of the K&L Block on

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Fingal Celebrates a Quantum Leap in Success For BT Young Scientist of the Year Adam Kelly

    Fingal Celebrates a Quantum Leap in Success For BT Young Scientist of the Year Adam Kelly

Fingal County Council has celebrated the success of its students and schools in the 2019 BT Young Scientist competition, as

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New Transatlantic Partnership to Make Childbirth Safer For Mother and Baby

    New Transatlantic Partnership to Make Childbirth Safer For Mother and Baby

Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Richard Bruton TD, has announced a strategic R&D partnership between Raydiant Oximetry, Inc.,

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EU Invests Over €10 Billion in Innovative Clean Technologies

    EU Invests Over €10 Billion in Innovative Clean Technologies

The European Commission has announced an investment programme worth over €10 billion for low-carbon technologies in several sectors to boost

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UCD AI For Good Project Shortlisted For 2019 US-Ireland Research Innovation Award

    UCD AI For Good Project Shortlisted For 2019 US-Ireland Research Innovation Award

A University College Dublin (UCD) project using artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, to help improve the lives of millions of young

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