Dublin City University has announced a €230million plan to expand its presence across four separate campuses in the north of the capital. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Dublin City University has announced a €230million plan to expand its presence across four separate campuses on the city’s northside. The planned dev(...)

Naoise Koppel and Kate Carthy (both 10) of Scoil Mobhi, Glasnevin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Many parents might not take kindly to hearing their children have spent most of their school day playing with Lego. Nine-year-old Sorcha Ní Scollaí(...)

The research found that compared with firms that applied for bank loans, “discouraged” borrowers tend to be smaller, younger, have declining turnover and an increasing debt to assets ratio.

Small and medium-sized businesses in Ireland are more reluctant to apply for intermediated debt than their counterparts in other euro zone countries f(...)

Only 46 per cent of the 165,000 people who watched the recent series of ‘Homeland’ on RTÉ2 watched it live

Broadband speeds and penetration in Ireland are not yet good enough for RTÉ to deliver services over IPTV (internet protocol television), but the broa(...)

Prof Alan Smeaton at his office in DCU. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Helping people find things is how one of the country’s leading computer scientists describes what he does for a living. He must do this very well giv(...)

DCU Business School has received official recognition from the world’s oldest accrediting body for business schools. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Dublin City University Business School has received official recognition from the world’s oldest accrediting body for business schools. The move pl(...)

Noel Curran at Dublin City University: he noted that three consecutive recommendations by the BAI that RTÉ’s public funding should be increased have been ignored. Photograph: Eric Luke

RTÉ will have to cut back its services and restructure the organisation over the next few years unless the Government takes action on its funding, its(...)

Researchers collect plant material containing endophytes

‘Tell me the company you keep and I will tell you what you are.” The musings of Sancho in Don Quixote might have been penned hundreds of years ago, b(...)

Maynooth University ranked the best of the Irish universities (68th place) in the “Times Higher Education” 150 under 50, which ranks colleges that have been established in the past half century

Carl O’Brien Three Irish universities have ranked in the top 150 best “young universities” league table. The Times Higher Education “150 under 50” r(...)

Sarah Guillement, Kacey Phillppe, Kiran Byrne and Nathan Kennedy pictured with Bumblebee the Robot at Merrion Square, Dublin for the launch of Tech Week 2016

More than 100,000 students across Ireland are expected to take part in this year’s Tech Week, an annual festival promoting technology-related careers (...)