Mark Ferguson, Director of of SFI Science Foundation Ireland, photographed in the Science Gallery, Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/Irish Times

More than €1.7 million in funding has been made available to support twenty new high-potenial industry-academia partnerships. The funding, whic(...)

Mark Ferguson, Director of of SFI Science Foundation Ireland, photographed in the Science Gallery, Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/Irish Times

More than €1.7 million in funding has been made available to support twenty new high-potenial industry-academia partnerships.The funding, which is bei(...)

Intel, a US multinational that makes semiconductor chips for the electronics industry, has marked its 25th year in Ireland, by making a $5 bill(...)

Intel has a policy of applying for “preparatory” permissions, to allow it to be ready to break ground on new facilities as quickly as possible. Planning permission has been granted for Fab34, but Mr Sinnott said that may never come to pass.

An investment of $5 billion is not to be taken lightly, especially in the middle of an economic downturn. That’s why Intel rolled out the big g(...)

Pictured is the new Intel Galileo development board that features the Quark SoC X1000 technology - both were designed in Intel Ireland

Intel’s announcement of a $5 billion investment in its Irish campus in Leixlip was made today with great fanfare. The company, which is (...)

Give staff time to work on ideas: more companies are giving staff time away from the daily grind to work on projects

Albert Einstein had it right when he said: “We cannot solve our problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” The transla(...)

Anne Kelleher, HR director for Intel Ireland, at the Ibec HR summit in Dublin yesterday. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Failing is a necessary part of innovation, Intel Ireland’s HR director said yesterday in an insight into how the semi-conductor giant innovates. Speak(...)

It’s been happening for so long now that we have come to expect it: each year, computing and other electronic devices shrink in size and drop in price(...)