Minister for Enterprise Richard Bruton with American Chamber chief executive Mark Redmond and RIA executive director Laura Mahoney at the launch of the inaugural US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards

The inaugural US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards will be presented this Friday, May 15th, at the American Chamber of Commerce annual dinner in the (...)

Mark Redmond, chief executive of the  American Chamber, says 700 US companies employ 130,000 workers in Ireland. Picture Nick Bradshaw

Fifteen companies and higher education institutions have been shortlisted for the inaugural US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards.The awards are a jo(...)

Mark Redmond of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland, Richard Bruton, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation, and Laura Mahoney of the Royal Irish Academy with an Intel Quark chip on a Galileo board, designed in Ireland. It is an example of world-class research innovation conducted in Ireland as a result of US FDI

Nominations are now being sought for the inaugural US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards. Developed by the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland and th(...)

Peter Kennedy (74), a former member of the Kiltegan Fathers order, has been jailed for 10 years

A former priest who was on the run in Brazil for almost a decade has been jailed for 10 years for abusing 18 boys during the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. P(...)

Prof Anita Maguire and Dr Padraig Cantillon-Murphy who are shortlisted for the UCC Invention of the Year Awards, with previous winner, Prof Peter O’Keeffe, Tyndall National Institute. photograph: daragh mc sweeney/provision

A number of groundbreaking innovations are vying for the UCC Invention of the Year award which will be announced today. Among this year’s shortlist f(...)