From exploring the universe to entrepreneurship and boardroom diversity, here is all the essential sci-tech reading you need for the weekend.
Ireland joins the international LOFAR telescope, a €150m network of radio telescopes distributed across Europe.
Companies could be more effective if they were more focused on achieving greater gender, skills and ethnic diversity at boardroom level, Inspirefest 2017 heard recently.
From women in STEM to nuggets of advice that will put you on the path to success, we’ve got it all for you to achieve your career dreams.
Competition to attend Start TLV in Israel is seen as ‘must win’ rite of passage for Irish start-ups, and women are getting equal representation.
Don’t limit yourself – that’s the advice from SwitchMetrics founder and CEO Lucy Friedman for fellow female entrepreneurs.
What can be done to ensure diversity in the future of STEM teaching? A panel of researchers and educators discussed this at Inspirefest 2017.
In contrast to most of Europe, Iberia experienced little in the way of population influx from the Steppe, according to new research from Trinity College Dublin.
Airbnb began life in an apartment in San Francisco and Joe ‘Joebot’ Zadeh was there almost from the start.
TechWatch editor Emily McDaid discusses the trends, threats and tribulations of software cybersecurity with Gary Robinson, founder and CEO of Uleska.
Reports in the US of genetically modified human embryos are the latest in a long line of CRISPR-led achievements.