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Go headless with the new VersaCool Refrigerated Circulating Bath

  Go headless with the new VersaCool Refrigerated Circulating Bath

We didn’t set out to design the world’s most innovative circulating refrigerated bath. We simply set out to solve the

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New Silbrade Medical Silicone Tubing

  New Silbrade Medical Silicone Tubing

SILBRADE MEDICAL’s construction consists of a core of silicone elastomer, an open polyester braid reinforcing layer, and a cover layer

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Get your lab ready for chemical handlings without costly construction or complicated hookups

  Get your lab ready for chemical handlings without costly construction or complicated hookups

The innovative design is safe, easy to install, consumes less energy and provides the added benefit of low running costs.

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New Belfast engineering centre to help commercialise research

  New Belfast engineering centre to help commercialise research

The new stg£6.8m Advanced Engineering Competence Centre in Belfast will focus on developing innovative solutions in the advanced engineering sector

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Enterprise Ireland-backed venture capital investment rises

  Enterprise Ireland-backed venture capital investment rises

Investment firms backed by Enterprise Ireland invested €5m more last year than in 2012, according to the semi-State agency. Firms

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UCD wins ESA contract to reduce vibrations in space rockets

  UCD wins ESA contract to reduce vibrations in space rockets

Researchers at University College Dublin have won a €250,000 contract with the European Space Agency (ESA) to reduce not-so-good vibrations

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Scientists develop blackest material ever created

  Scientists develop blackest material ever created

Reminded of the line from Father Ted about whether a priest’s sock is black or very, very, very dark blue,

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Lack of venture capital and Skills shortage could cost thousands of software jobs

  Lack of venture capital and Skills shortage could cost thousands of software jobs

Ireland’s vibrant and growing software industry risks losing thousands of new jobs to other countries because of the shortage of

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40 projects to receive €23m from SFI and Irish Government

  40 projects to receive €23m from SFI and Irish Government

Forty scientific projects ranging from microbiology to clean energies are to benefit from €23m in research funding, the result of

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DCU researchers analyse World Cup tweets to improve machine translation

  DCU researchers analyse World Cup tweets to improve machine translation

Dublin City University (DCU) researchers, in collaboration with Microsoft Research at the CNGL Centre for Global Intelligent Content in Dublin,

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WIT researchers receive €1.2m in EI Commercialisation Fund

  WIT researchers receive €1.2m in EI Commercialisation Fund

Three researchers from the Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) have jointly been awarded €1.2m by Enterprise Ireland (EI) as part

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Grace app co-creator looks beyond limits to innovate

  Grace app co-creator looks beyond limits to innovate

In order to innovate we need to break both technology and our ways of thinking, says Lisa Domican, co-creator of

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Scientists discover serious candidate for most Earth-like planet

  Scientists discover serious candidate for most Earth-like planet

Gliese 832c, a planet about 16 light years away from Earth, has excited the scientists who found it, since Gliese

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AMBER reseachers discover ‘revolutionary’ material for ICT

  AMBER reseachers discover ‘revolutionary’ material for ICT

A team of researchers from the AMBER centre at Trinity College Dublin (TCD) are behind the discovery of a new

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Royal Society signs deal with SFI for research fellowships

  Royal Society signs deal with SFI for research fellowships

The Royal Society in the UK and Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) have signed an agreement whereby Ireland’s leading young scientists

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Studies show, Monkeys also believe in winning streaks.

  Studies show, Monkeys also believe in winning streaks.

Humans have a well-documented tendency to see winning and losing streaks in situations that, in fact, are random. But scientists

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Breast cancer drug hope from leukaemia research

  Breast cancer drug hope from leukaemia research

Leukaemia research may lead to new drugs for difficult-to-treat breast cancers, say scientists. These types of tumours cannot be treated

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Watching too much TV may increase risk of early death: Three hours a day linked to premature death from any cause

  Watching too much TV may increase risk of early death: Three hours a day linked to premature death from any cause

Adults who watch TV for three hours or more each day may double their risk of premature death compared to

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Irish scientists criticised over funding success rate

  Irish scientists criticised over funding success rate

The President of the European Research Council has said Irish scientists are not winning as much research funding from it

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Scientists Develop Self-Powered Pacemakers

  Scientists Develop Self-Powered Pacemakers

As the number of pacemakers implanted each year reaches into the millions worldwide, improving the lifespan of pacemaker batteries has

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