Life sciences sector requires a new manufacturing prescription Just as retail globally has been disrupted by Amazon, and transport by Uber, the life sciences sector is facing its own paradigm shift. Photograph: iStock

Sector needs to embrace Industry X.O to deliver the personalised medicines that new science is helping create

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Senior prosecution barrister in Quirke trial paid €155,000 in fees for case Michael Bowman SC  presented the circumstantial evidence that led to the conviction of Tipperary farmer, Patrick Quirke for the murder of Bobby Ryan. File photograph: Collins Courts

Total bill to the DPP for the three-strong counsel team was almost €300,000

Julian Assange indicted on 17 new counts of violating US espionage Act Julian Assange in a prison van, as he leaves Southwark Crown Court in London earlier this month. File photograph: Neil Hall/EPA

WikiLeaks founder accused of receiving and publishing classified state information

Sustainability and health at the centre of the architechture of new Business School The new €80 million 11,400 square metre Trinity Business School building includes an Innovation and Entrepreneurial hub, a 600-seat auditorium, restaurant spaces for up to 200 people

Twelve things to know about Trinity Business School, which opens on May 23rd

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