Dublin will be able to showcase best of Irish science and research
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A DIT lecturer has begun research that will extend the shelf life of fruit and vegetables and protect their nutritional quality.
When you think of Ireland’s cultural heritage, what comes to your mind? Perhaps James Joyce, Irish music, The Book of Kells. What about science?
VERVE is an EU-wide research project aiming to improve the quality of life for disadvantaged groups.
Two Irish research scientists win two European Space Agency research contracts, worth €135,000.
Sources of science research funding in Ireland and the key people directing funding policy.
Prof Jonathan Coleman, an SFI-funded researcher from Trinity College, has achieved international success in the area of nanostructures.
The scientific landscape in Ireland as it corresponds to the various universities across the land.
Irish secondary school students will be able to dive into nanoscience courtesy of 'Nano in My Life'.
SFI names an image of a porous surface of the polymer polylactic-co- glycolic acid the Research Image of the Year for 2011.
Financing to help progress Genable Technologies' gene therapy technology to pioneer new therapies for the cure for retinitis pigmentosa.
Citizens can join the discussion and influence the development of the digital society in Dublin.
Participants who complete the next online survey are in with a chance to win a Samsung Galaxy tablet.