From amazing speakers at the upcoming Inspirefest 2017 to 10 of Europe’s most promising start-ups, all your essential sci-tech reading for the weekend right here.
Inspirefest 2017 is edging closer and there are some speakers we can’t wait to see take to the stage in Dublin.
There were 10 winners at the StartUp Europe Awards, an event organised by the EU that it describes as the “Eurovision for start-ups”.
Curiosity is an important element of scientific research, says geochronologist Dr Ellen Kooijman, who will be in Dublin this weekend. She spoke to Claire O’Connell.
Rya Sciban was one of the first data analysts that Periscope Data hired. Now, she’s the project manager for the company.
Ireland-based Orreco has developed a new app to help athletes optimise their performances.
Eight researchers at University College Dublin are getting access to €2.1m of EU funding as part of a new cancer rehabilitation research programme.
Does an AI algorithm have what it takes to make it into a Chinese university? There was only one way to find out.
At an Amsterdam-based accelerator, each start-up gets €100,000 worth of support. One of the 10 selected could land €200,000 in follow-on investment.
A tech team at Fidelity Investments’ iLab in Ireland is laying the foundations for the working world of three years from now.
Wrestlers, mixed martial artists, comedians and sports stars all appear on Ireland’s most-followed list, but it’s all about the music at the top.