From medtech devices to Ireland’s dramatic tech transfer turnaround, here is your essential sci-tech reading for the weekend.
To mark European Medtech Week, we take a look at just 15 remarkable medical devices coming out of Ireland.
In just under 15 years, Ireland’s research ecosystem has gone from being a tech transfer backwater to a world-class destination, writes John Kennedy.
Prof Mark Ferguson explains why Science Foundation Ireland will continue to harness the potential of international research collaborations, even in shifting times.
We’re learning more and more about what we should be eating, yet many people’s diets remain an absolute mess. So how come life expectancy is lengthening?
A revolution is brewing among researchers, with the rise of citizen science and greater involvement of the public – but some aren’t so convinced.
It is no secret that there is a significant gender gap in science and tech roles, but have recent movements aimed at raising the profile of women in research made any difference at all?
It’s one thing to be on the cutting edge of research. But what good is that if you can’t get the right people to listen to you?
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Thanks to technology developed by Irish diagnostics company Diaceutics, around 500,000 patients in the EU and US have so far received accurate testing.
The Cúram medical devices research centre at NUI Galway has big plans for the future, after securing €22m in EU funding within 10 months of opening.