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As the clock ticks down to another Culture Night across Ireland, we take a look at a terrific 30 Dublin events that piqued our interest.
Considered the home of the industrial revolution of the 19th century, Manchester is carving out a new future for itself as a major tech hub for the 21st century.
A secondary school on Inis Mór, one of Europe’s most westerly Atlantic islands, is embracing digital learning.
Great news for Irish start-up CloudKPI as co-founders join the prestigious accelerator.
IBM is teaming up with researchers in South Africa to use IoT to help save the endangered rhinos.
Shane Curran flies out today to Estonian capital, Tallinn, to represent Ireland at the EU Young Scientist competition.
Cahalane warns that we must continue to bang the STEM drum if our kids want a future in the working world.
Conor Pierce, perhaps the most senior Irish executive in the global smartphone business today, talks with John Kennedy about the future of mobile at the launch of the flagship Samsung Note8.
For postdoc researchers, the world is their oyster, but only if they’re willing to put their research skills into their career path.
Mingo wants to make cryptocurrency more accessible for everybody.