Our weekly round-up of must-reads includes the Siliconrepublic.com Sci-Tech 100 2019, full of people changing the world in a positive way.
Our annual rundown of the key voices in sci-tech to watch in 2019 begins with those leading innovative teams and diverse ways of thinking.
These influential voices have sown the seeds of new thinking in sci-tech, and we can’t wait to watch them grow in 2019.
In a world changing rapidly before our eyes, here are 22 scientists helping to advance our understanding in the coming year.
From promising new start-ups to billion-dollar ideas going global, here are the entrepreneurs skyrocketing to success in 2019.
Here are nine investors who have the means and capability to make a difference.
In the first collaboration of its kind between Enterprise Ireland and the HSE, SMEs and start-ups will have a chance to co-design impactful global products with clinicians.
Medb Corcoran from Accenture Labs in Dublin is looking at how emerging data and AI trends can help businesses. She spoke to Dr Claire O’Connell.
Conor Pierce is arguably the most senior Irish person in the smartphone industry on the world stage.
In the past year, Huawei has gone from being the number four smartphone maker in the world to number two, pipping Apple, and surpassing Samsung is within sight. Huawei’s Thomas Mason talks to John Kennedy.
Could ambitious endeavour make Ireland the Fort Knox of infosec?