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Still Time to Register to Attend The 2020 National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition – 29-30th January, Citywest Exhibition Centre, Dublin

    Still Time to Register to Attend The 2020 National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition – 29-30th January, Citywest Exhibition Centre, Dublin

There is still time to register to attend the 2020 National Manufacturing and Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition, which has been extended to a two-day event to meet growing demand,

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OEEsystems International Announces Official Irish Launch of PerformOEE™ Smart Factory Edition

    OEEsystems International Announces Official Irish Launch of PerformOEE™ Smart Factory Edition

OEEsystems International are The OEE People. Supporting global installations from Seattle to Shanghai since 2002, their Smart Factory Software, PerformOEE is the market leading and most comprehensive OEE Software Solution

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Industrial Revolutionary to Speak at the 2020 National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition, Citywest Exhibition Centre, Dublin – 29-30th January

    Industrial Revolutionary to Speak at the 2020 National Manufacturing & Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition, Citywest Exhibition Centre, Dublin – 29-30th January

Credited with being the originator of the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’ (Industry 4.0) and named by the Financial Times as one of the leading authorities on strategy and competitiveness, Henrik von

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Science Foundation Ireland Publishes Annual Plan For 2020

    Science Foundation Ireland Publishes Annual Plan For 2020

Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) has published its Annual Plan for 2020. Key priorities are: a continued focus on individual-led research programmes, challenge-based funding initiatives including programmes to address climate action,

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DuPont Acquires UCD Spin-out OxyMem

    DuPont Acquires UCD Spin-out OxyMem

DuPont has exercised its option to acquire full ownership of OxyMem Ltd, a University College Dublin (UCD) spin-out company. OxyMem develops and produces Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) technology for

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New Research Shows E-cigarette Vape Increases the Potential For Lung Bacteria to Cause Harm and Increase Inflammation

    New Research Shows E-cigarette Vape Increases the Potential For Lung Bacteria to Cause Harm and Increase Inflammation

Researchers from Queen’s University Belfast have discovered that bacteria often found in the lungs became more harmful and caused increased inflammation when they were exposed to e-cigarette vape. The results

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Decarbonisation Will Involve Most Profound Social Transformation Since the Industrial Revolution

    Decarbonisation Will Involve Most Profound Social Transformation Since the Industrial Revolution

Decarbonisation will involve the most profound social adjustments and transformations since the Industrial Revolution. That’s according to Professor Murray Hitzman, Director of iCRAG the SFI Research Centre for Applied Geosciences at the iCRAG2019 conference

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5-year Plan to Future-proof the Manufacturing Sector

    5-year Plan to Future-proof the Manufacturing Sector

The Government recently launched Ireland’s Industry 4.0 Strategy at the Irish Manufacturing Research Centre in Mullingar to help firms respond to the transformation of the manufacturing sector being driven by

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Ireland Leads the Way in Ocean Energy as SEAI Funded Wave Energy Device Arrives in Hawaii For Testing

    Ireland Leads the Way in Ocean Energy as SEAI Funded Wave Energy Device Arrives in Hawaii For Testing

The wave energy device by Ocean Energy Ltd, funded by the Government of Ireland through the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI), has reached a major milestone as it embarks on a one-year

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€65 Million For 16 Ground-breaking Projects Under Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund

    €65 Million For 16 Ground-breaking Projects Under Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund

The Government has announced that 16 innovative projects have been successful under the second round of the Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund administered by Enterprise Ireland. The projects will share €65

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Equinix Accelerates Goodbody’s Investment in Digital Transformation

    Equinix Accelerates Goodbody’s Investment in Digital Transformation

Equinix, the global interconnection and data centre company, today announces that it is supporting Goodbody’s investment in evolving and growing its business. By leveraging Equinix Cloud Exchange Fabric™ (ECX Fabric™) and Equinix’s data centre

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Irish Water Reveals the Story Behind the Challenges Facing Public Water Infrastructure

    Irish Water Reveals the Story Behind the Challenges Facing Public Water Infrastructure

Research commissioned by Irish Water and conducted by B&A indicates that 44% of the Irish public admit they ‘know nothing or not very much’ about the work carried out by Irish

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Seven Emerging Start-Ups Set to Pitch at Final of University College Dublin’s 2019 Accelerator Programme

    Seven Emerging Start-Ups Set to Pitch at Final of University College Dublin’s 2019 Accelerator Programme

Seven emerging University College Dublin (UCD) start-ups are set to pitch their business plans at the final of the University’s annual accelerator programme. The participating start-ups are seeking to raise

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Rise of Cloud Driving Average Irish Enterprise to Spend €445,000 on Channel Partnerships in Next Year

    Rise of Cloud Driving Average Irish Enterprise to Spend €445,000 on Channel Partnerships in Next Year

Equinix, the global interconnection and data centre company, has published the findings of an independent survey exploring the views of senior enterprise IT professionals in Ireland on the future of the Channel industry. The

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Output Sports Named Best Early Stage Company in Dublin

    Output Sports Named Best Early Stage Company in Dublin

Output Sports, the University College Dublin (UCD) sports technology spin-out, has been named ‘Best Early Stage’ company, and won a €20,000 prize, at the Dublin Final of the 2019 InterTradeIreland

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Two Leading University College Dublin Researchers Win 2019 Science Foundation Ireland Awards

    Two Leading University College Dublin Researchers Win 2019 Science Foundation Ireland Awards

Two leading University College Dublin (UCD) researchers have been announced as winners of prestigious 2019 Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Awards at the annual SFI Science Summit held recently in Athlone.

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It is Time to Change Senior Cycle Education

    It is Time to Change Senior Cycle Education

New ESRI research shows a strong appetite among students, parents and teachers for changing senior cycle education, which incorporates Transition Year, 5th Year and 6th Year. A study presenting their viewpoints shows

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SFI Public Service Fellowship Programme – Deadline Extension

    SFI Public Service Fellowship Programme – Deadline Extension

Science Foundation Ireland is extending the application deadline for the SFI Public Service Fellowship programme call to 23rd January 2020, 13:00 Dublin Local Time. This programme offers STEM researchers, at a range of

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Output Sports’ CEO Wins Best Business Idea Award at Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur 2019 National Final

    Output Sports’ CEO Wins Best Business Idea Award at Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur 2019 National Final

Dr Martin O’Reilly (pictured), the co-founder and CEO of Output Sports, a University College Dublin (UCD) spin-out company, has won the Best Business Idea Award at the national final of

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Veriteer Expands its Irish Team as Business Grows in Europe and the USA

    Veriteer Expands its Irish Team as Business Grows in Europe and the USA

Veriteer, an international customer experience company with headquarters in Holywood, County Down, is expanding its workforce to meet a significant increase in demand from across Europe and the USA. Veriteer

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3D Printing Competition Launched to ‘Shape the Future’ For a Sustainable World

    3D Printing Competition Launched to ‘Shape the Future’ For a Sustainable World

I-Form, the SFI Research Centre for Advanced Manufacturing, and science engagement specialists Gallomanor have launched a nationwide competition to turn an idea for sustainability into 3D-printed reality. The ‘Shape the

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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 held on Thursday, May 30th at the RDS in Dublin. With

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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, has officially opened its new international headquarters in the Reflector

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Research Shows that Only 18% of Social Media Users in Ireland Could Identify a bot Social Media Account

    Research Shows that Only 18% of Social Media Users in Ireland Could Identify a bot Social Media Account

As social media grows an ever more powerful force for news, communication and advertising with each passing year, it is

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250 New Jobs Announced by Alchemy in Major Investment in Northern Ireland

    250 New Jobs Announced by Alchemy in Major Investment in Northern Ireland

Alchemy Technology Services has announced it is setting up a European Centre of Excellence in Londonderry. It will provide software

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Rye River Scoops an Impressive 19 Awards at the World Beer Awards

    Rye River Scoops an Impressive 19 Awards at the World Beer Awards

Recognised as one of Ireland’s largest independent craft breweries, Rye River Brewing Company based in Celbridge, County Kildare, has won

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Teagasc Appoints Two New Dairy Specialists

    Teagasc Appoints Two New Dairy Specialists

Teagasc has appointed two new Dairy Knowledge Transfer specialists. Martina Gormley will be based at the Teagasc centre in Athenry

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New Research Examines Barriers to Social Inclusion in Ireland

    New Research Examines Barriers to Social Inclusion in Ireland

People living in urban areas are more likely to face barriers to social inclusion, according to new research published by

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Nestlé and Coca-Cola Reign Supreme in Global Food and Drink Brand Rankings as China’s Yili Surges

    Nestlé and Coca-Cola Reign Supreme in Global Food and Drink Brand Rankings as China’s Yili Surges

Nestlé and Coca-Cola have yet again dominated brand rankings in their respective industries, each keeping runners-up at a healthy distance

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Neueda Technologies Establishing a Software Engineering Hub in Athlone

    Neueda Technologies Establishing a Software Engineering Hub in Athlone

Neueda Technologies, a privately-owned IT Training, development and consulting services company headquartered in Belfast, is establishing a Software Engineering Hub

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€11 Million Expansion of Engineering and Research Unit at DCU

    €11 Million Expansion of Engineering and Research Unit at DCU

A major new wing of the Stokes Engineering and Research Building at Dublin City University has been officially opened. Costing over

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Ireland is 9th Most ‘Highly Transparent’ Property Market in the World

    Ireland is 9th Most ‘Highly Transparent’ Property Market in the World

The latest JLL Global Real Estate Transparency Index (GRETI) shows that Ireland’s property market ranks within the most ‘highly transparent’

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Irish Soils – The Living Skin of Our Nation

    Irish Soils – The Living Skin of Our Nation

Our soil is a critical national resource that underpins national agricultural, environmental, ecological and cultural dimensions of our economy and

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DCU Launches Ireland’s First Centre of Excellence For Diversity & Inclusion

    DCU Launches Ireland’s First Centre of Excellence For Diversity & Inclusion

Ireland’s first Centre of Excellence for Diversity and Inclusion has been launched at Dublin City University. The DCU Centre of Excellence for

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This ‘Whey’ to Make Vodka Could Add Value to Creameries

    This ‘Whey’ to Make Vodka Could Add Value to Creameries

As much as 90 percent of the milk that goes into a cheese-making facility comes out as whey, which can

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Ireland Rises to 9th in the European Innovation Scoreboard

    Ireland Rises to 9th in the European Innovation Scoreboard

Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys, TD has welcomed Ireland’s strong innovation performance reported in the European Commission’s

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Dual Quality of Food – European Commission Releases Common Testing Methodology

    Dual Quality of Food – European Commission Releases Common Testing Methodology

The European Commission has just released a new common methodology for comparing the quality of food products across the EU.

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University College Dublin Proposes New Partnership Model For Agri-Food Sustainability

    University College Dublin Proposes New Partnership Model For Agri-Food Sustainability

During a recent Food 2030 conference at the Agriculture University in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, University College Dublin (UCD) proposed a new

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European Commission Proposes Most Ambitious Research and Innovation Programme Yet

    European Commission Proposes Most Ambitious Research and Innovation Programme Yet

For the next long-term EU budget 2021-2027, the European Commission is proposing €100 billion for research and innovation. A new

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More Milk Needed to Cover Demand in 2030 – New Technologies Will Help

    More Milk Needed to Cover Demand in 2030 – New Technologies Will Help

Between now and 2030 worldwide demand growth for milk and milk products will be three times the level of current

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Clare Hurler Scores Teagasc Fulbright Scholarship to Harvard

    Clare Hurler Scores Teagasc Fulbright Scholarship to Harvard

An Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs & Trade, Simon Coveney, TD, and Chargé d’affaires of the U.S. Embassy in Ireland, Reece

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BAM and Cork City Council Launch ‘Below our Feet’ Exhibition of Cork’s Unearthed Viking History

    BAM and Cork City Council Launch ‘Below our Feet’ Exhibition of Cork’s Unearthed Viking History

A wealth of artefacts from the Viking era unearthed during BAM’s major development of the former Beamish & Crawford site

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Three Early-Stage Start-ups Spin-in to NovaUCD

    Three Early-Stage Start-ups Spin-in to NovaUCD

Three early-stage start-ups have become the latest companies to spin-in to NovaUCD and join the community of entrepreneurs at University

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New Teagasc Horticulture, Forestry and Education Facilities Open in Dublin

    New Teagasc Horticulture, Forestry and Education Facilities Open in Dublin

The Teagasc Development of new Horticulture, Forestry and Education Facilities at its campus in Ashtown, Dublin has been officially opened. Over

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€2.1 Billion to Boost Venture Capital Investment in Europe’s Innovative Start-ups

    €2.1 Billion to Boost Venture Capital Investment in Europe’s Innovative Start-ups

The European Commission and the European Investment Fund (EIF) have launched a Pan-European Venture Capital Funds-of-Funds programme (VentureEU) to boost

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Entrepreneurs See Opportunities Amongst the Risks One Year Out From Brexit

    Entrepreneurs See Opportunities Amongst the Risks One Year Out From Brexit

With one year to go until Brexit, 62% of Irish entrepreneurs see business opportunities among the risks, according to research

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European Commission Launches Knowledge Centre to Boost Food Quality

    European Commission Launches Knowledge Centre to Boost Food Quality

Responding to consumer concerns about food quality and fraudulent practices concerning food, the European Commission has launched a Knowledge Centre

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International Bioeconomy Research Agreement to Support Rural and Farming Communities

    International Bioeconomy Research Agreement to Support Rural and Farming Communities

An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar TD, has announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the Irish-based BEACON SFI Research

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Diaceutics to Use Artificial Intelligence to Improve Diagnosis and Treatment of Patients

    Diaceutics to Use Artificial Intelligence to Improve Diagnosis and Treatment of Patients

Diaceutics, the Irish company helping patients to receive potentially lifesaving medicine through better diagnostic testing, has announced a collaboration with

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Emerson Collaborates With NIBRT to Help Upskill Ireland’s Biopharma Workforce

    Emerson Collaborates With NIBRT to Help Upskill Ireland’s Biopharma Workforce

Emerson is providing automation software and systems valued at US$ 1 million (approximately €820,000) to Ireland’s National Institute of Bioprocessing

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Dublin is a Global Innovator City For the Future

    Dublin is a Global Innovator City For the Future

JLL has released new research that places Dublin as a global ‘Innovator’ city for the future. Among the new city types, ‘Innovators’

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Recognising the achievements of Ireland’s Champions of EU Research

    Recognising the achievements of Ireland’s Champions of EU Research

Minister of State for Training, Skills, Innovation, Research and Development John Halligan and Julie Sinnamon, CEO of Enterprise Ireland presented

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Pharma research company APC to open R&D unit at Cherrywood

    Pharma research company APC to open R&D unit at Cherrywood

Pharmaceutical research company APC has announced a major expansion at its headquarters as it looks to more than double headcount

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Ostoform wins AIB Start-up Academy 2017

    Ostoform wins AIB Start-up Academy 2017

Limerick company Ostoform has won the 2017 AIB Startup Academy competition ahead of 13 other contenders who pitched for the

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NUIG research projects receive €782,000

    NUIG research projects receive €782,000

Eight research projects at NUI Galway have been awarded funding to commercialise their ideas, from renewable energy to treatment of

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Cork County Council & Cork Smart Gateway launch Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Challenge

    Cork County Council & Cork Smart Gateway launch Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Challenge

Cork County Council together with the Cork Smart Gateway initiative and the Age Friendly Alliance have launched the €80k Small

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Blue skies research funding launched

    Blue skies research funding launched

A new programme aimed at providing funding to Irish researchers involved in exploratory blue skies research has been launched. The

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Izzy Wheels wins 2017 Accenture Leaders of Tomorrow Competition

    Izzy Wheels wins 2017 Accenture Leaders of Tomorrow Competition

Ailbhe and Izzy Keane have won the 2017 Accenture Leaders of Tomorrow competition. Through their company, Izzy Wheels, the Galway

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