From the start-ups at Uprise in Dublin and the future of telecoms, we cover all the important areas in the sci-tech world this week.
The fourth edition of Uprise brings the start-up festival to Dublin on 20 October, aiming to make new young business more approachable, investable and connected.
It was a proud moment for Kimberley Bryant and the team at Black Girls Code, as the organisation popped up in the hit Fox show Empire, giving it huge exposure.
The biggest challenge facing the communications world, driven by more and more connected people, devices and bandwidth-sucking apps, will be physics.
Ireland’s outmoded capital gains tax rules are forcing Irish entrepreneurs to register their businesses in the UK. But is there some good news just around the corner?
A new nanotech chip developed by Tyndall-based MCCI and medtech giant Boston Scientific could make heart pacemakers more efficient.
5G is being proclaimed as the next step in the future of communications, promising speeds 100 times faster than today’s 4G networks. How realistic is this?
Fast-growing tech firm Intercom has signed a lease to take two more floors at its Stephen’s Green offices where it is creating 100 new jobs.
Hurricane Matthew has been battering the Caribbean and some states of the US this week, with NASA’s view of the event quite spectacular.
Lab-on-a-chip systems are opening up new analyses for biology and medicine. Claire O’Connell spoke to Dr Sabeth Verpoorte ahead of a major conference hosted by DCU in Dublin.
Connectivity is going through a growth spurt that is outstripping modern capabilities, with 4G’s suitability gradually fading. So 5G is the solution, right?