From Irish innovation to pioneering research in computing and healthcare, we take a look at the big stories in the sci-tech world this week.
Three new Irish executives have been promoted to the rank of vice-president at Intel.
The Marine and Renewable Energy Ireland centre based in University College Cork will lead a €10.5m EU project to accelerate offshore renewable energy technology and infrastructure.
Coders and entrepreneurs have the chance to win up to €5,000 if they can marry Eircodes with open data to create useful healthcare apps for citizens.
Dr Lorraine Martin combines her entrepreneurial and scientific skills to understand more about the molecular mechanisms behind chronic airways disease. She spoke to Claire O’Connell.
Snap has filed for a massive IPO and will be listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Here are the six things you need to know.
With at least a year of development behind them, three universities have finally been able to test their Hyperloop pod designs on SpaceX’s specially built track, but many were not able to take part.
The global scientific community has come together to agree that, on 22 April, the same date as Earth Day, there will be a March for Science to protest against potential threats from US president Donald Trump.
AI had a breakthrough year in 2016, with Google proving its technology could outsmart even the best Go player. But poker? We thought that was impossible.
A team of international researchers has taken us one step closer to the quantum age, with the release of the first ever blueprint for a large-scale quantum computer.
The dawn of the CRISPR age of biology has proved as exciting as perhaps any preceding era, with the creation of TB-resistant cows now being reported.