The Science in Ireland Barometer shows too many people feel uninformed about major science issues such as climate and energy. They also believe scientists do not listen to ordinary people. File photograph: Getty Images

(...) than 1,000 people around the State and was released by Minister of State for Research and Innovation(...)

A fan looks on from the terrace during the Round 3B qualifier between Galway and Derry at Pearse Stadium in July. Photograph: Inpho

(...) season before the qualifiers were introduced when Leinster – in an innovation floated again this year(...)

The report notes “there is a need to invest in digital devices in schools”. Photograph: Getty Images

(...) partnership with industry; - Encourage a culture of innovation; - Provide parents/guardians, students and(...)

Fiona White, Mark Senn and Róisin Scott at one of the first events of Startup Gathering, which ends on Saturday. Photograph:  Iain White/Fennell Photography

(...) of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, with support from Bank of Ireland. More than 350 gatherings are(...)

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An Irish icon awakes

(...) innovation placed them at the forefront of Irish whiskey. In 1866, John Power and Son began bottling their(...)

Integrity is particularly feeble. It makes no sense to assert integrity as a value, as no one would ever dream of asserting the reverse.

(...) values of the FTSE 100, and found that three words – integrity, respect and innovation – crop up over and(...)

 Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton the hires will help drive the company’s ambitious plans for further international growth. Photo: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

(...) interest. Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton the hires will help drive the company(...)

In the dark: How did a company most people have never heard of come to lay claim to elements found in virtually every smartphone? Photograph: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

(...). “We were in the innovation business.” Openwave systems The company was once known as Openwave(...)

Tommy Furey of the Marine Institute onboard the Celtic Explorer with maps of mountains in the Atlantic Ocean. Ireland is leading the world in deep-sea mapping. Photograph: Andrew Downes/XPOSURE

The Earth’s oceans cover about 70 per cent of the surface of the planet. Human beings have explored only 10 per cent. The deepest oceans are largel(...)

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Last week, German media giant Axel Springer paid $343 million to buy a big chunk of online news site Business Insider, bringing its shareholding to 97(...)