From the best start-ups to the most inspirational individuals, here is your essential sci-tech reading for the weekend.
Start spreading the news, these tech start-ups are the hottest tickets to emerge from New York City.
ResearchFest returns to Inspirefest this summer to showcase the best of Irish research, from science and engineering to humanities and social science.
Sligo’s star is rising, becoming a go-to location for local entrepreneurs and overseas firms to start up and scale up.
Can the ingenuity of the Irish beat the best robots the world has to offer?
Latest achievement continues a proud tradition of Irish women winning at the Cartier Awards.
Among the 11 shortlisted finalists for this year’s L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science fellowship was the RCSI’s Dr Annie Curtis.
Former Amazon engineer Gráinne Walsh left bare metal for beer suds, and she is now sating the thirsty ambitions of the tech world in a different way.
Stripe employee who exposed harassment at Uber to edit new magazine.
Tesla has already established itself in the luxury car business, but now it has its eyes set on the US’s most popular type of truck.
With the onset of climate change, a new device that can turn air into water using only the power of the sun could be a game-changer.