Star performers Irene Fogarty, Cormac Larkin, Helen Berney and Nora Khaldi are all included in this must-read weekend sci-tech takeaway.
BriteBiz, Glofox, LogoGrab and Kong Digital will join Deposify, Pulsate and Axonista on the Bank of Ireland StartLab New York City programme.
UCD student Irene Fogarty has been named as the winner of the inaugural Mary Mulvihill Memorial Award, for her project on indigenous women researching climate change mitigation.
Cork student Cormac Larkin has walked away with a prize of $1,000 at the Intel ISEF awards for his data mining astronomy project.
Dr Helen Berney from Analog Devices combines her skills to improve how we can sense the world with engineering. She spoke to Claire O’Connell.
Three has revised its data roaming plans in the wake of fresh interpretation of EU laws, and clear customer dissatisfaction.
Looking for sci-tech jobs in Ireland? Good news! With more than 700 new jobs created in the last week, you have a pretty good chance of landing one.
The judges have spoken and 12 finalists have been announced for the Invent 2017 gala ceremony in October.
Dr Nora Khaldi has added the ‘Rising Star’ prize from the Tech Excellence Awards to her burgeoning trophy cabinet.
Who says you can’t become a tech whizz later in life? Here’s how to become an awesome web developer without having to go back to college.
A new ‘interactive story map’ has been developed for the upcoming An Post Rás, and it’s an interesting mobile tool for cycling enthusiasts.