It has been quite a week for the Irish sci-tech scene, with Inspirefest 2017 dazzling attendees and the arrival of an incredible and speedy rescue boat called Thunder Child.
Cork rescue speedboat Thunder Child, which circumnavigated Ireland by taking the long way round via Rockall Island, returned safely to Cobh on 5 July after establishing a world record for the feat.
Ahead of her talk at Inspirefest, Elaine Burke spoke to Symantec’s Dr Anita Sands about her incredible career and personal journey in leadership.
Robotophile and transhumanist Ana Matronic took to the Inspirefest stage, predicting a future where we’re all cyborgs and gender doesn’t matter.
The judges and Inspirefest audience crowned NUI Galway as the Researchfest champion for 2017 with his incredible spoken-word presentation in rhyme.
An upskilling programme to meet the needs of the data centre industry has emerged from IT Sligo and Haute École Louvain en Hainaut (HELHa) in Belgium with input from Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Amazon.
Have a job interview coming up? Feeling a little rusty? Hays’ Dean Stallard is here to guide you through it, no matter how long it has been.
Six buildings at Dublin City University have gotten new names, and three of them honour pioneering women in the fields of computing, crystallography and astronomy.
Prior to her appearance at Inspirefest, Claire O’Connell spoke to EB patient ambassador Emma Fogarty and scientist Dr Lara Cutlar about a rare and difficult skin condition.
From writing about heartthrobs with the LA Times to leading NASA’s scientific endeavours, Dr France A Córdova has seen it all, as she told the crowds at Inspirefest.
A University of Limerick (UL) researcher has been announced as the recipient of a highly prestigious European Research Council Starting Grant.