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 Mary Kelly and Grainne Devine at the Friends of St Brigid’s Hospice Charity Shop on Leixlip’s Main Street. Devine    believes Intel’s presence has had a positive effect on the town. Photograph: Mark Hilliard

In the early microchip capitals of the world, in Munich, Eindhoven and Boston, Irish emigrants were being tempted home. “We’ll set up shop in the lo(...)

Adam Kelly with his SciFest 2018 award. The Skerries student was named  BT Young Scientist & Technologist of the Year last January. File photograph: Keith Arkins

A 17-year-old student from Co Dublin will have an asteroid named in his honour after winning an international science and engineering award. Adam Kel(...)

The Intel facility at Leixlip, Co Kildare. Sources close to the company suggested that even if it does choose Ireland, it may not make any “big bang” announcement, lest it has to pull the plug later. Photograph: Dave Meehan

It is 30 years ago this year since microchip giant Intel chose to set up its campus in the Kildare town of Leixlip. State officials are crossing thei(...)

Technicians at Intel’s manufacturing facility in Leixlip, Co Kildare. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

Multinational micro-chip producer Intel is prepared to spend up to $8 billion (€7 billion) on a manufacturing facility proposed for its base in Co Kil(...)

Talent Garden Dublin is to be home to Intel’s new AI for computer vision incubator programme

Chipmaker Intel has announced plans to establish the Republic’s first artificial intelligence for computer vision incubator programme. The technology(...)

The two sites for sale at Leixlip, Co Kildare

Two adjoining development sites with separate zonings on the outskirts of Leixlip, Co Kildare, are expected to attract considerable interest when the(...)

DecaWave chief executive and co-founder Ciaran Connell

Irish chipmaker DecaWave has announced 100 new jobs over the next three years following the closing of a $30 million (€24.4 million) funding round. F(...)

 Caolann Brady, overall SciFest winner 2016, Christopher Carragher, overall SciFest winner 2014, and Margie McCarthy, head of education and public engagement at Science Foundation Ireland. Photograph: Shane O’Neill, SON Photographic

Second-level students across Ireland should put their skills in science, technology, engineering, and maths (STEM) to the test by participating in thi(...)

Intel Ireland general manager Eamonn Sinnott and ESB chief executive Pat O’Doherty at the Intel Leixlip campus: all the energy used there is from Irish renewable sources.

Intel Ireland said that all of the electricity supplied to its Leixlip campus, which has the biggest power need in the State, was generated from Irish(...)

Intel wildflower meadow  a year after it was sowed with factory in the background

The relationship between industrial production and the environment has very rarely been a happy one. So it comes as an agreeable surprise to find tha(...)

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