From cool species named after David Attenborough to an interview with Ellen Pao, here is all your essential sci-tech reading for the weekend.
To celebrate the 91st birthday of David Attenborough, we took a look at some of the varied species that bear his name.
Ellen Pao talks about her journey from reluctant poster child for one of Silicon Valley’s most insidious issues to a powerful advocate for change.
Antennas from Irish IoT powerhouse Taoglas are keeping the innovative Lighthouse smart security camera connected at all times.
Paul O’Connell’s Uprise 6 Festival is putting out a call for 2,500 people from the European tech talent pool to travel to Dublin on 26 October 2017.
In a busy few days of investing, Guardant Health’s massive push to sequence the cancer DNA of 1m patients saw a surge in funding.
A substantial amount of forest land has just been ‘found’, meaning both good and bad news for our planet.
Two Irish teams have made it to the global final of the NASA Space Apps Challenge, while a third team also received recognition.
Astronomers have spotted something rather unusual: a supermassive black hole that appears to have gone rogue, drifting through space.
Instead of leaving someone short of cash, people are instead utilising the plethora of person-to-person (P2P) payments services on the market.
London software start-up Improbable, which has created a platform for building virtual and simulated worlds, has raised $502m in a Series B round led by Japan’s SoftBank.