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Irish Researchers Make Significant Breakthrough in Semiconductor Production

  Irish Researchers Make Significant Breakthrough in Semiconductor Production

A team from the Tyndall National Institute in Cork has produced the world’s first atom-by-atom simulation of nanoscale film which

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CMV to Create 30 Jobs in Co Offaly

  CMV to Create 30 Jobs in Co Offaly

Irish clean tech firm CMV is to create 30 jobs in Co Offaly, after signing a deal with US-based H2envirO

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First Shop to Use Digital Bitcoin Price Tags Trials in London

  First Shop to Use Digital Bitcoin Price Tags Trials in London

A digital price tag that charts the fluctuation of the current value of the online currency Bitcoin is being trialled

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New Study to Investigate Benefits of Online Treatment of Anxiety and Depression

  New Study to Investigate Benefits of Online Treatment of Anxiety and Depression

The Trinity College Dublin (TCD) School of Psychology has begun the search for participants in a trial to see whether

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‘Smart’ Windows to Cut Energy Use in Buildings by 20%

  ‘Smart’ Windows to Cut Energy Use in Buildings by 20%

A consortium of three European manufacturers and suppliers of windows and ventilation systems, including an Irish company based in Dublin,

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CONSENSUS Awarded Additional €454,000 in Funding From the Irish EPA For Research on Sustainable Consumption

  CONSENSUS Awarded Additional €454,000 in Funding From the Irish EPA For Research on Sustainable Consumption

CONSENSUS, a research project on sustainable consumption involving NUI Galway and Trinity College Dublin researchers, has successfully been awarded an

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Minister Sherlock to Consider Ireland Joining CERN

  Minister Sherlock to Consider Ireland Joining CERN

Ireland’s Minister for Research and Innovation Seán Sherlock, TD, says he is looking into the possibility of the country joining

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Irish Firm Invents ‘Cool Brain’ Device That Could Save Lives

  Irish Firm Invents ‘Cool Brain’ Device That Could Save Lives

A Louth-based firm in collaboration with researchers from Trinity College Dublin has invented a ‘Cool Brain’ device designed to cool

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First International School of Biomedical Diagnostics Breaking New Ground

  First International School of Biomedical Diagnostics Breaking New Ground

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

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Scientists Discover New Cellular Process Leading to Lung Fibrosis

  Scientists Discover New Cellular Process Leading to Lung Fibrosis

Scientists in Trinity College Dublin have identified a new process that causes scarring in the lungs of patients with idiopathic

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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, has won the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Special Award at the BT Young

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Ministers Announce New North/South Research Agreement

  Ministers Announce New North/South Research Agreement

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

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Soapbox Science to Give Women Scientists in Ireland a New Platform

  Soapbox Science to Give Women Scientists in Ireland a New Platform

Soapbox Science is coming to Dublin. Event organiser Dr Natalie Cooper talked to Claire O’Connell. In April, Front Square at

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IBM Scientists Develop World’s Most Advanced Graphene Chip

  IBM Scientists Develop World’s Most Advanced Graphene Chip

Tech giant IBM has made a major step toward the future of microchip technology by creating and testing what may

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Researchers Looking at Properties of Seaweed in Fight Against Diseases

  Researchers Looking at Properties of Seaweed in Fight Against Diseases

Researchers from Wales are looking into the effects of seaweed in fighting diseases, including therapies for conditions such as cystic

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New stem cell discovery made – but Ireland “far behind” with legislation

  New stem cell discovery made – but Ireland “far behind” with legislation

NEW RESEARCH FROM Japan shows that stem cells can be made by ‘shocking’ blood cells by dipping them into acid

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High demand for digital, R&D and data professionals could lead to rising salaries

  High demand for digital, R&D and data professionals could lead to rising salaries

Recruitment consultancy Morgan McKinley has released a comprehensive analysis of pay and benefits across a wide range of professions in

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Capital of Innovation – Six Finalist Cities Announced

  Capital of Innovation – Six Finalist Cities Announced

Barcelona, Espoo, Grenoble, Groningen, Malaga and Paris are the six cities shortlisted for the first European Capital of Innovation award,

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Two Irish Entries Go Forward to Finale of the European Ace Awards For Sustainable Energy

  Two Irish Entries Go Forward to Finale of the European Ace Awards For Sustainable Energy

The two Irish contestants to go forward to the finale of the Ace Awards in autumn 2014 have been announced.

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Three UCD Spin-out Companies in Innovation Awards Shortlist

  Three UCD Spin-out Companies in Innovation Awards Shortlist

As part of the 18-company shortlist announced for this year’s Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation Awards, three University College Dublin (UCD)

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