Michael Fennelly (left) in action for Kilkenny: interest in UCD’s 18-week postgraduate certificate in innovation, entrepreneurship and enterprise really picked up after Fennelly and other GAA players did the programme.Photograph: ©inpho/james crombie

Are innovative people born that way or can you learn how to become more innovative? Brendan Byrne is a strong believer in learning from the experience(...)

GradHow founders Stephen Duffy, Alan John Browne and Ben Chadwick. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Pressure-sensitive insoles, coffee that can increase memory and an esteem-building app for young people were just three of the six ideas for new busin(...)

Dr Anne Moore of UCC’s School of Pharmacy

Communication is, arguably, the biggest problem facing science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem). It’s not always easy to grasp the complex(...)

A new start-up programme aimed at UCD undergraduate students has selected its first participants. UCD Startup Stars, developed by NovaUCD, the UCD In(...)

Entrepreneurial outreach: Prof Suzi Jarvis outside the Clinton Building at UCD. photograph: eric luke

A university should be part of its broader community.That conviction has led Prof Suzi Jarvis, head of UCD’s Innovation Academy, to launch a new Rural(...)