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DCU Alpha is home to companies working on next-generation technologies including cleantech, machine-to-machine communications and industrial automation.

Dublin City University allocated an extra €3.75 million for the expansion of its innovation centres last year. The university authorised total future(...)

Former political adviser Paddy Duffy: “I believe that there are Irish people who would be interested, quite possibly, in maybe co-investing in Crimea and also in Ireland.” Photograph: Frank Miller

Members of an Irish trade delegation to Moscow last month, including a former top adviser to former taoiseach Bertie Ahern, discussed hotel investment(...)

Bright sparks: Kevin Maughan set up  UrbanVolt with Declan Barrett and Graham Deane in late 2015. The company now has  more than 200 customers and has provided total savings of between €30 million and €40 million. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

How many entrepreneurs does it take to change 80,000 light bulbs? Kevin Maughan might tell you three. Maughan is chief executive of energy company U(...)

Invent DCU  was set up in 2001 to forge better links between researchers and industry

Dublin City University’s innovation campus is looking to significantly expand and is also in talks about a private-public partnership (PPP) to create (...)

Head of enterprise, public sector and IoT at Three Sean Doherty sees a bright future for Novaerus.  “There is no reason why the sensors on the devices can’t incorporate different functionality such as the measurement of oxygen levels in the air.”

An alliance between Three Ireland and Dublin-based healthcare technology company Novaerus is set to bring benefits to millions of respiratory illness (...)

Minister of State Pat Breen said the continued expansion of the healthcare sector in the Middle East “offers a number of exciting opportunities” for Irish companies.

Limerick medtech company Fleming Medical has signed a €1.1 million deal to supply medical devices in Oman for the next three years. The deal was secu(...)