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Gary Moloney (centre) of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, winner of the US Ireland Research Innovation Awards 2016 in the multinational category, with James O’Connor, vice president of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland, and the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor

Breakthrough technologies in areas such as customer engagement and market intelligence, big data system performance analysis, and counterfeit detectio(...)

Pictured with the Shane Holland designed award trophy is L-R Eddie Cullen head of corporate and institutional banking Ulster Bank, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor, Shaun Murphy, managing partner KPMG and vice president American Chamber of Commerce James O’Connor .

UCD, Hewlett Packard and Galway-based start-up Econiq were the winners at this year’s US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards. Over 600 people attende(...)

With the William Rowan Hamilton-inspired trophy for the US Ireland Research Innovation Awards were (from left): Mark Redmond, American Chamber; Laura Mahoney, Royal Irish Academy; Stephen Masterson, Ulster Bank and Anna Scally, KPMG.

A carbon-free electricity network for an American state, a low cost international money transfer system, faster drug development technologies, and ad(...)