From remote working in the west of Ireland to Limerick’s knowledge corridor, here is all the essential sci-tech reading you need for the weekend.
Shopify boosts the broadband-powered, remote-working revolution, keeping the west awake.
Limerick Institute of Technology has received planning permission to construct a major new campus at Coonagh.
An epiphany about wastefulness led Jane Ní Dhulchaointigh to want to fix things, she told Inspirefest.
Denizens of Galway are about to be treated to impromptu street science from women scientists determined to be seen and heard.
SFI’s annual report for 2016 shows that Ireland’s stature in global science has grown once again, now ranking 10th in the world.
Now in its second year, Teen-Turn is hoping to further bridge the gender gap and introduce young women to a career in tech.
The race to create the first sustainable ‘artificial sun’ is hotting up, with China’s top nuclear fusion scientist promising to have it within 50 years.
David Moloney’s keynote at Inspirefest 2017 spoke of how AI will spark a revolution like no other, but humans pose the biggest risk to its future.
Verizon saw around 6m users’ details leaked online after human error led to a misconfigured security setting on a cloud server. According to experts, these things happen.
Is Mars too distant a dream for NASA?