Essential sci-tech reading, including why Ireland’s Government dallies on achieving green goals and how to view the ‘super blood wolf moon’ this weekend.
The Irish Government is doubling down on its message that taking climate action is necessary, all while hundreds of millions in EU fines await, writes Colm Gorey.
Marc Benioff’s company once declared that software is dead. But, in Dublin’s fair city, the global cloud software ecosystem that Salesforce has generated is very much alive.
Stargazers will be in for a treat this weekend with the so-called ‘super blood wolf moon’ set to appear, the last one for another 18 years.
Ann O’Dea and Heather Melville offer their tips on encouraging diversity and inclusion in work, and explain why this is a winning strategy.
UK regulator warns that people who are already marginalised are being left behind in a growing digital landscape.
Google has acquired some secret IP from renowned watchmaker Fossil in a multimillion-dollar deal.
DCU has unveiled plans for a new research centre focusing on areas such as big data and blockchain for business.
One of the Ireland’s most common genetic disorders is causing far higher levels of serious disease than we thought.
Every €1 invested in the SFI-funded Lero centre has made more than €5 for the Irish economy, says report.
Researchers in the US have identified a specific gene that could help us quickly find patients at high risk for prostate cancer to spread.