Since going online in 2001, SiliconRepublic.com has gone from being Ireland’s No 1 resource for science and technology news, with countless awards to its name, to one of the leading online publications in Europe with 250,000 sessions each month. Our award-winning journalists have consistently chronicled the technology landscape diligently as it grew apace and, today, readers from Ireland, Europe, Silicon Valley and the rest of the world come to SiliconRepublic.com to stay informed on vital issues impacting STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths).
It has been ranked by Onalytica among the top 100 most influential sources on STEM, artificial intelligence, blockchain, future of work, data science, digital transformation, IoT and fintech. Its coverage includes in-depth news and features from across Europe’s sci-tech ecosystem, including quantum computing, connected health, cybersecurity, semiconductors and comms.
We also cover entrepreneurs, academia, IT strategy, consumer tech, online trends, space exploration, climate, environment, energy, the internet of things and all things STEM because this is what we love to do. Be it the hottest start-ups, cutting-edge scientific research or the tech trends shaping the world – you’ll find it here on SiliconRepublic.com.
As well as news and video reports on the shifting sci-tech landscape, we also provide our audience with information on jobs and careers in STEM. We also feature in-depth profiles from professionals across a wide range of disciplines and advice for those looking to advance their sci-tech careers. We are longtime champions of diversity in STEM with initiatives such as our Women Invent campaign and Inspirefest, a major international sci-tech event which ran for five years in Dublin.
Silicon Republic is also the team behind Future Human, an international technology, science and business event celebrating meaning, values and purpose with collaborative, interactive and hands-on experiences.
The revolution began in 2001. Stick with SiliconRepublic.com as we guide you through the choppy waters of change and the incredible years ahead in what is truly the century of innovation, collaboration and communication.
Updated: 8 June 2023
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