Belfast native Michael Comerton launched his craft beer company Platinum Beverages in Vietnam and also plans to open restaurants there too

Michael Comerton grew up in Belfast as the Troubles began. Looking back, he says he can see how little opportunity there was for business. “Having l(...)

Krysia Lynch is chairwoman of the Association for Improvement in Maternity Services, a voluntary group that provides pregnant women with information, support and advocacy. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Originally from London, Krysia Lynch worked as a lecturer for 10 years in the department of environmental sciences and geography in Trinity College Du(...)

Trinity College Dublin lost its status as Ireland’s only top-100 university in the latest QS World University Rankings. Photograph: Robert Alexander/Getty Images

Ibec has criticised the Government’s plan to establish a so-called “rainy day fund”, suggesting the pot of money to be set aside is too small to act a(...)

An image of  Trinity College Dublin’s plans for its ‘Grand Canal Innovation District’. Photograph: TCD

Not so long ago, tech firms and multinationals preferred to base themselves in isolated campuses on the edges of cities. “The problem is the coffee i(...)

Bernard Davenport: while working at the United Nations in New York he acquired a working knowledge of Russian so he could read Dostoyevsky in the original.

Bernard Davenport Born: August 19th, 1939 Died: June the 11th, 2018 Bernard Davenport had a life many people would have killed for. A very talented(...)

Supporters of Dr Andrew Wakefield, the doctor at the centre of the MMR scandal, outside the GMC in London in 2010. Photograph: Tim Ireland/PA Wire

A tour of the mean streets of science was offered in Trinity College Dublin recently by Ivan Oransky, the award-winning medical journalist and keen ob(...)

Trinity College Dublin’s Executive MBA programme has been listed 44th in The Economist magazine’s global ranking of Executive MBA (EMBA) programmes. (...)

Modern Botany founders Simon Jackson and John Murray.

Young Irish companies are using a combination of nature’s bounty and science to develop innovative products for the growing international natural skin(...)

Pádraig Schäler with family and friends aim to raise awareness of road safety in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, where he was injured as a cyclist five years ago.

A young Irish cyclist who suffered a catastrophic brain injury when he was involved in a serious road accident in Cape Cod five years ago returned to (...)

The Larger Carder Bee, one of many Irish species under threat. Photograph: John Breen

Irish scientists have been asked to contribute to an international investigation of the global decline of bee populations by identifying the particula(...)

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