From space to gaming, we cover all the important areas in the sci-tech world this week.
Check out our Space Week articles, which attempted to piece together some of the most out-there areas of space exploration today, including gravitational waves and asteroid mining.
Here are 10 titles being released in the coming months to whet our appetite for all of the weird and (potentially) wonderful titles next year.
Silicon Republic has an opening for a sub-editor to work in-house as part of our busy editorial team.
With frogs, cephalopods, sharks and more, the Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year competition was a doozy. Check out these 43 images that stood out.
AOL’s DevFest 2016 was held in Dublin this week as the company’s engineers came together to chat to colleagues about developing new ways of navigating a world of ones and zeroes.
A team of engineers looking into different building materials in the home have found that the answer to better energy efficiency won’t be found by thickening glass, but by replacing it with transparent wood instead.
There was sad news for the Irish sci-tech community this week, with the news that pioneering Ourobotics founder and CEO Jemma Redmond had passed away unexpectedly.
Photography is an expensive industry, with equipment and software not coming cheap. But what if you could just use your iPhone? We spoke to a sports photographer who does just that.
With the ‘age of the machines’ imminent, check out what the industrial IoT could mean for you by taking a look at this infographic.
Leadership insights from Linda Davis, the CEO of talent management agency Next Generation.
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