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The device is very simple – there are no complex controls or filters to worry about

Are we all tired of talking about coronavirus yet? It has been the topic of conversation for most of 2020 – and rightly so, given the situation in rec(...)

Wellair’s portable air disinfection units protect patients against illnesses including MRSA, clostridium difficile, norovirus and influenza.

Wellair, an Irish company that develops medical-grade air-disinfecting devices, has raised $8 million ( €7million) in a new funding round led by exist(...)

Technology companies have heeded the call to alleviate the crisis.

Many Irish businesses may be on hold, but whether it is providing supports for frontline workers or helping to come up with diagnostic solutions, tech(...)

Three IoT sales manager Myles Gardiner sees a growing use for Internet of Things  technology in the Covid-19 response and  in healthcare generally.

In the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic, Dublin-based air purification systems company Novaerus donated 22 of its air disinfection units to hospi(...)

Always clean the dirtiest areas in your home last. That is, do the kitchen before the bathroom, and the sink and shower before the loo. Photograph: Getty images

House cleaning has become something of a cultural phenomenon in recent times with so called “cleanfluencers” telling us how to scour and tidy up our h(...)

Medical staff in an intensive care unit treating COVID-19 coronavirus patients at a hospital in Wuhan. Photograph: STR/AFP

Novaerus, an Irish company that has developed an infectious defence system for indoor facilities, has donated air disinfection technology to two hospi(...)

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 (...)

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