Mars, the internet, e-commerce and science – what is the next big thing? All your essential sci-tech reading for the weekend.
After years of dreaming about space, Dr Niamh Shaw is now aiming to get there, starting out with some training in Martian isolation.
Amazon is attempting to secure its future in the retail shopping space with the purchase of Whole Foods for $13.7bn.
Having secured one of Ireland’s largest ever Series A rounds, entrepreneur Charles Dowd is not short on ambition.
At Inspirefest, Dr France A Córdova will discuss her career and the challenges facing science today. She spoke to Claire O’Connell.
Having churned out start-ups with an accumulated €6m of funding in the past, Trinity’s LaunchBox accelerator has revealed the 2017 cohort.
Multinational company Accenture commits to having a completely gender-balanced workforce by 2025.
Forget bible, beer and bullets. Facebook believes the solution in the battle against terrorism is people, AI and machine learning.
Techstars’ Connor Murphy is calling on promising Irish start-ups in the B2B and enterprise SaaS space to compete for €120,000 in investment.
To try and stay ahead in the supercomputer arms race with China, the US is pumping $258m into six firms to speed up development.
Will Twitter’s redesign attract new users or has that bird already flown?