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Changing Landscapes Not Global Warming to Blame For Increased Flood Risk

  Changing Landscapes Not Global Warming to Blame For Increased Flood Risk

Major flood events occur around the world every year, but with international loss databases documenting increased incidents of flooding, more

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Latest Data Shows 36% Decrease in New Building in 2013

  Latest Data Shows 36% Decrease in New Building in 2013

There was a 36% decrease in new buildings in 2013 compared to 2012 figures according to new data published by

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New North/South Research Agreement Signed

  New North/South Research Agreement Signed

The Irish Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Minister, Richard Bruton TD and the Employment and Learning Minister for Northern

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Commission Sets Out Action Plan to Support the Development of Blue Energy

  Commission Sets Out Action Plan to Support the Development of Blue Energy

The European Commission has presented a new action plan to facilitate the further development of the renewable ocean energy sector

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MRIA Ocean Energy Industry Forum on Friday, February 7th

  MRIA Ocean Energy Industry Forum on Friday, February 7th

Pat Rabbitte TD, Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources, will open the Marine Renewables Industry Association’s 5th annual Ocean

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EU Awards €575 Million to Mid-career Researchers

  EU Awards €575 Million to Mid-career Researchers

The European Research Council (ERC) has selected 312 top scientists in its first Consolidator Grant competition. This new funding will

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Top Researchers in Ireland Win Prestigious EU Award

  Top Researchers in Ireland Win Prestigious EU Award

Marie-Louise Coolahan from the National University of Ireland, Galway and Martin Albrecht from University College Dublin are amongst the top

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Co-founder of Cellix wins Trinity Innovation Award

  Co-founder of Cellix wins Trinity Innovation Award

Trinity College Dublin (TCD) graduate Vivienne Williams and co-founder of medical device manufacturer Cellix has won the Trinity Innovation Award.

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Google’s next big thing: a tiny smart contact lens for diabetes patients

  Google’s next big thing: a tiny smart contact lens for diabetes patients

Google’s next big thing is actually quite tiny: a smart contact lens with an embedded circuit board that measures the

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University of Limerick up for ‘Best University Placement’ award

  University of Limerick up for ‘Best University Placement’ award

The University of Limerick (UL) is one of five finalists for the Best University Placement award as part of the

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Test Detects Genetic Modification in Food

  Test Detects Genetic Modification in Food

As the abundance of genetically modified (GM) foods continues to grow, so does the demand for monitoring and labeling them.

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SFI Special Award Winner at BT Young Scientist Exhibition

  SFI Special Award Winner at BT Young Scientist Exhibition

Chloe Bradley, a 5th year student from Mulroy College, Donegal, won the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Special Award at the

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NUI Galway Joins Intel Parallel Computing Centre Programme

  NUI Galway Joins Intel Parallel Computing Centre Programme

NUI Galway and Intel have signed an agreement to jointly conduct research on many core technologies in High Performance Computing

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New Study Shows How to Get More People Buying Healthy Foods

  New Study Shows How to Get More People Buying Healthy Foods

A new study, the first of its kind in the UK, indicates that shoppers are more likely to buy healthy

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New European Advisory Group on Future Use of UHF Spectrum For TV and Wireless Broadband

  New European Advisory Group on Future Use of UHF Spectrum For TV and Wireless Broadband

Pascal Lamy and top executives from Europe’s broadcasters, network operators, mobile companies and tech associations have been given six months

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Computer Scientists Develop Cloud Computing System that Can Reduce Carbon Emissions

  Computer Scientists Develop Cloud Computing System that Can Reduce Carbon Emissions

Computer scientists at Trinity College Dublin and IBM Dublin have made a significant advance that will allow companies to reduce

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Priorclave has appointed Brennan & Company as its southern Ireland agent with responsibility for sales of its complete range of laboratory autoclaves.

  Priorclave has appointed Brennan & Company as its southern Ireland agent with responsibility for sales of its complete range of laboratory autoclaves.

Priorclave has appointed Brennan & Company as its southern Ireland agent with responsibility for sales of its complete range of

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First International School of Biomedical Diagnostics Breaking New Ground

  First International School of Biomedical Diagnostics Breaking New Ground

Dublin City University (DCU) and Arizona State University (ASU) – are joining forces to create the new International School of

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Action on Sugar Launched in the UK

  Action on Sugar Launched in the UK

Leading health experts from across the globe have united to form ‘Action On Sugar’ – an unprecedented call to tackle

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British Study on Geographic Origin of Foods

  British Study on Geographic Origin of Foods

The Food Standards Agency, in partnership with the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, is carrying out a study

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