Research & Innovation

 Breaking News

EU and Irish Government Decisions on Novel Plant Breeding Techniques Could Consign Irish Agriculture to the Scrapheap of History

  EU and Irish Government Decisions on Novel Plant Breeding Techniques Could Consign Irish Agriculture to the Scrapheap of History

Recent decisions by the Irish government and the European Court of Justice with regard to novel plant breeding techniques could

Read Full Article

NUI Galway and CLS MedPharma Announce New Student Excellence Award

  NUI Galway and CLS MedPharma Announce New Student Excellence Award

NUI Galway and Complete Laboratory Solutions (CLS) recently announced a new CLS MedPharma Student Excellence in Microbiology Award. The award is open

Read Full Article

Tellus National Airborne Survey 2018

  Tellus National Airborne Survey 2018

The Tellus Survey – a nationwide programme of Geological Survey Ireland, which collects geochemical and geophysical data on rocks, soil

Read Full Article

Sea Trials Underway For World’s First Surface Effect Ship (SES) Daughter Craft Vessel

  Sea Trials Underway For World’s First Surface Effect Ship (SES) Daughter Craft Vessel

The world’s first daughter craft based on surface-effect-ship (SES) technology, supported by the Carbon Trust’s Offshore Wind Accelerator (OWA), has

Read Full Article

Landmark Deal Secures €118 Million of Investment For Agri Tech Company Devenish Nutrition

  Landmark Deal Secures €118 Million of Investment For Agri Tech Company Devenish Nutrition

Belfast-based agri technology company Devenish Nutrition has secured €118 million in long-term funding to enable its research, development and growth

Read Full Article

Kraydel Invests in R&D to Develop Revolutionary Smart Device

  Kraydel Invests in R&D to Develop Revolutionary Smart Device

Belfast-based Kraydel has developed a revolutionary smart device which could change the way we care for older people in their homes.

Read Full Article

Next Generation Data Centre Education Programs Released

  Next Generation Data Centre Education Programs Released

CNet Training, the global leader in technical education for the data centre and network infrastructure sectors, has released new industry

Read Full Article

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

Read Full Article

AIT Spearheads 2nd Phase of Major EU Cybersecurity Research Effort

  AIT Spearheads 2nd Phase of Major EU Cybersecurity Research Effort

Researchers from Athlone Institute of Technology have launched the second phase of a multi-million-euro cybersecurity research project called PROTECTIVE aimed

Read Full Article

New BMJ Open Study Reveals Wide Variation in Sugar and Calories in Cakes and Biscuits

  New BMJ Open Study Reveals Wide Variation in Sugar and Calories in Cakes and Biscuits

A new study by Action on Sugar at Queen Mary University of London, published by the journal BMJ Open,1 has investigated

Read Full Article

Plaque Unveiled to Telescope-maker Thomas Grubb

  Plaque Unveiled to Telescope-maker Thomas Grubb

John Halligan TD, Minister of State for Skills, Training, Innovation, Research and Development, recently unveiled a plaque commemorating the work and

Read Full Article

Human Error is the Biggest Security Threat to Irish Businesses

  Human Error is the Biggest Security Threat to Irish Businesses

The majority (60%) of senior IT decision makers consider human error to be the greatest cyber threat facing Irish businesses,

Read Full Article

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

Read Full Article

Mondelēz International to Launch 30% Lower Sugar Cadbury Dairy Milk Option in the UK and Ireland

  Mondelēz International to Launch 30% Lower Sugar Cadbury Dairy Milk Option in the UK and Ireland

From 2019, Cadbury Dairy Milk will be available in a new bar with 30% less sugar, offering consumers greater choice

Read Full Article

Skillnet Ireland Announces €2 Million Training Fund to Help Close the Widening Skills Gap

  Skillnet Ireland Announces €2 Million Training Fund to Help Close the Widening Skills Gap

Skillnet Ireland, the national agency responsible for the promotion and facilitation of workforce learning in Ireland has announced up to

Read Full Article

DIT Launches Innovative Part-Time Learning Opportunities For Brewing & Distilling Industry

  DIT Launches Innovative Part-Time Learning Opportunities For Brewing & Distilling Industry

For centuries, Ireland has been a leader in the brewing and distilling industry with several home-grown brands synonymous with the

Read Full Article

Prolonged Support Required For Most Vulnerable

A new ESRI study highlights the importance of providing longer-term targeted supports for people facing multiple challenges, such as low

Read Full Article

The West is Set to Lose the Innovation Arms Race

  The West is Set to Lose the Innovation Arms Race

The Center for Advancing Innovation (CAI) and PatSnap, the world’s leading provider of research and development (R&D) analytics, today unveiled the results

Read Full Article

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

Read Full Article

Grand Canal Innovation District Planned For Dublin

  Grand Canal Innovation District Planned For Dublin

A far-reaching plan for the creation of the Grand Canal Innovation District in Dublin has been launched. The proposal from

Read Full Article

Upcoming Events

  • No upcoming events
AEC v1.0.4

The Magazine

Advertisements