Bringing more women into the Stem (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects is a constant struggle

UCD report states that ‘the key issue appears to be motivation’

Brendan Farrell, chief executive of HiberGene Diagnostics: “The test uses an enabling technology called loop mediated isothermal amplification (Lamp).”

HiberGene secures funding which will enable it to bring its product to market

Dr Ruth Freeman, the Science Foundation’s director of strategy and communications: she says the goal is to encourage interest and debate about science, technology, engineering and maths. Photograph: Arthur Allison.

Minister says Discovery programme focuses on wide range of career opportunities with Stem subject

The Internet of Things is attempting to join together your television, car, computer and just about anything else that can generate or use data. Illustration: Thinkstock

Exploiting today’s information mountain is not all about online commerce: one of Europe’s largest analytics centres is advancing t(...)

An artist’s impression of the five rocky planets close to earth-sized orbiting the star Kepler-444. Illustration by Tiago Campante/Peter Devine

Researchers made find when sifting through four years of data

In the case of the new finding, by the University of Glasgow and Heriot-Watt University, once slowed the photons stay slowed, they don’t speed up again. Details are published in Science Express.

Scientists from two Scottish universities slow down light as it moves through free space

Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, the subject of the Rosetta satellite mission. Research papers based on the mission’s findings thus far have been published. Photograph: ESA/Rosetta/MPS for OSIRIS

Research based on Comet 67P mission published in Science journal

N49, the brightest supernova remnant in optical light in the Large Magellanic Cloud. Photograph: Universal History Archive/UIG

First time super bubble linked to such high energy and seen in neighbouring galaxy

NUI Galway professor of psychology  Gary Donohoe said the study in terms of numbers was enormous but had to be so in order to succeed.

Three Irish groups participated in major international study

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