Jeremy Lamri, chief executive of Monkey Tie, at the One Young World summit in Dublin: “We bring value to the candidate”

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Andrew Wakefield, the doctor who sparked the MMR controversy, beside a supporter’s banner. Photograph: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images

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Iconic brand is back with a camera that could disrupt GoPro’s cosy position in the market

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Concepts for utilising wave power: floating bodies, buoys, oscillating shutters or tidal power plants Concepts for utilising wave power: floating bodies, buoys, oscillating shutters or tidal power plants. From top left: Dr Patrick Walsh from the department of mechanical and automobile engineering in Limerick; former minister for energy and natural resources Pat Rabbitte; and Conor Haughey, chairman of the Irish Wave Energy Developer’s Association

The burgeoning wave and tidal energy industry is awash with government money for research. However, many enthusiastic proponents b(...)

Ireland’s geothermal potential is good but the pace of progress has been slow

From bun to patty to topping: a 3D printed burger – most foods that begin as a paste, such as chocolate, jelly, pasta, are ideal for manipulation by 3D printing

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Irish companies are working on projects to advance less expensive space exploration

Walt Disney World resort uses wearable technology to track staff movements

Employers are already able to track and monitor each and every move their employees make

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