From the launch of Inspirefest 2017 to insights from women entrepreneurs, here is your essential sci-tech reading for the weekend.
One of Ireland’s largest sci-tech events is nearly here, with some big names to descend on Dublin for Inspirefest 2017 this July.
Ireland has been chosen to host the EU Contest for Young Scientists in 2018, the 30th year of the event.
When it comes to future industrial uses of AR and VR, Waterford-based TSSG has the perfect calling card.
The latest breakthrough in electronics could make smartphones screen resolution ‘drastically’ better than anything else on the market today.
Nicola McClafferty started out as a venture capitalist, then she earned her stripes with her own start-up, Covetique. Now she’s back in the investment game.
Start-ups are hard but there is no age limit on when you choose to begin, says entrepreneur Mary McKenna.
Creativity is a growth engine, according to Inspirefest speaker Jane Ní Dhulchaointigh, inventor of the wonder material Sugru. Claire O’Connell reports.
Popstar Ana Matronic understands how our sci-fi obsessions shape our attitudes to new technology such as robots. In fact, she wrote the book on it.
US start-ups are setting their sights on a Dublin HQ.
As the Royal Irish Academy welcomes its newest members, the institution inches toward gender parity and supports greater visibility of women in STEM.