The wearable monitor has a printed grid of UV-sensitive dyes that change colour depending on how much sun exposure they receive.

(...) surprised when the company surfaced at the Consumer Electronics Show earlier this year. Global vice(...)

(...) investors have questioned his focus on consumer health products, which range from headache pills to(...)

Kerry Group’s innovation centre, in Millennium Park, Naas, Co. Kildare.

(...), cocktail mix manufacturer Island Oasis and health food group Wellmune, said integration of the new(...)

A petition has been started in a UK village over the ‘ridiculous’ behaviour of mating peacocks. Photograph: Change.org/Cyril Byrne

(...) county council’s environmental health department to act. He wrote: “These birds should be in a safe(...)

Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation, and excluding some costs, climbed 16 per cent to €3.40 billion, the Leverkusen, Germany-based Bayer said in a statement on Tuesday. (Photograph: Ina Fassbender/Reuters)

(...) last year.Since Jan. 1, the company is organised under three divisions -- pharmaceuticals, consumer(...)

Consumer Price Index: gives an insight into how Irish families have changed their eating habits, their houses and how they entertain themselves

(...) not, but thanks to the Consumer Price Index (CPI), we have a readily accessible historical archive of(...)

Most maternity care in Ireland is obstetrician-led care in hospitals, but with midwives in attendance during labour and birth.

(...) and health insurance cover will dictate the choices of where, and with whom, you give birth. Most(...)

 “I don’t believe any problem is insurmountable”: Jim O’Callaghan with Barry Cowen, Michael McGrath  and  Charlie McConalogue at Trinity College. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

(...) agreement on housing, health, childcare and water charges. It had been anticipated that a number of(...)

Gemma Hussey:  elected to the NUI panel in 1981. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

(...) works with the consequences of family breakdown every day. Mental health services Six years ago, Burke(...)

Prof Jonathan Coleman: cutting-edge research into  transforming  ‘exfoliated nanosheets into bespoke 2D inks’

(...) applications such as transistors and solar cells,” said Prof Coleman. “This means that the consumer will have(...)