From Galway’s hottest start-ups to women pushing the boundaries, all your required sci-tech reading for the weekend is right here.
NDRC at PorterShed is welcoming 10 new digital start-ups as part of its inaugural cohort, boosting innovation in the west of Ireland.
Looking for a job? Check out the companies that are on the hunt for top talent.
Ongoing accommodation crisis is forcing highly paid overseas workers to leave Ireland for lower-rent economies.
While data protection covers much of her daily focus, Laura Keogh is one of Ireland’s leading lights when it comes to the intriguing world of space law.
Global Invest Her founder and Inspirefest 2017 speaker Anne Ravanona puts out a call to invest in women entrepreneurs.
NUI Galway’s Dr Ellen Roche has won international acclaim for her work in creating a soft robotic sleeve for patients who live with heart difficulties.
How can you be a master communicator? Kelly Hoey has some tips for better human interaction in an increasingly automated world.
RootMetrics’ general manager of Europe, Scott Stonham, takes an in-depth look at the state of Ireland’s mobile broadband, and he’s found what we badly need.
Meals-on-wheels service benefits from a little data science and machine learning.
A new report examining the average broadband and mobile speeds globally has found that Ireland lags behind the countries it wants to emulate.