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Prof Arnie Hill, of  the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland, believes  Covid has expanded people’s interest in healthcare.

In 2008, a massive global recession gave the world a crash course in economics. Suddenly, credit default swaps, hedge funds and equity ratios (don’t a(...)

Lizzy Hayashida, Trinity College, 2018, Change Donations How did the MBA affect your career? I actually started a company with another Trinity MBA (...)

Block P1 at EastPoint Business Park in Dublin 3 is let to Conduit Enterprises Ltd at a rent of €910,000 per annum.

Strong demand is expected from both domestic and international investors in four Dublin offices which have been brought to the market by agent Savills(...)

UCD president Andrew Deeks says the year ending September 2018  was the college’s most successful ever for research grants, which were up more than 25 per cent to €122.4 million

UCD has reported an increase in its annual surplus to €35.2 million for the financial year ending in September 2018 – up €3.1 million over the previou(...)

OxyMem co-founders Prof Eoin Casey and Dr Eoin Syron. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

US chemical giant DuPont is to acquire Irish cleantech company Oxymem for an undisclosed sum. Oxymem, a University College Dublin (UCD) spin-out vent(...)

The Supreme Court is due to hear a State appeal of the High Court’s ruling in the Graham Dwyer case next week. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

An Garda Síochána has confirmed its ability to investigate online child exploitation is being hampered by a ruling in the successful appeal brought by(...)

The Irish Times managing director Liam Kavanagh presenting the award for Overall Innovation of the year to Atlantic Therapeutics’ Brendan McCormack, Danny Forde, Dr Ruth Maher, Christina Walsh and Richard Allen. Photo: Conor McCabe

Bravery and ambition were the overriding trait of the finalists at the 10th Irish Times Innovation Awards. Host David McWilliams was joined by serial (...)

Danny Forde of Atlantic Therapeutics, overall winner of this year’s Irish Times Innovation of the year award

Galway-based medtech company Atlantic Therapeutics has won the Irish Times Innovation of the Year award 2019 for developing a non-invasive, long-lasti(...)

George Salmon: In 1833, aged just 14 years, he entered Trinity College, where he was to spend his entire career.

As you pass through the main entrance of Trinity College, the iconic Campanile stands before you, flanked, in pleasing symmetry, by two statues. On th(...)

Dr Muriel Bristol claimed she could determine by taste the order in which the constituents are poured in a cup of tea. File photograph: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

One hundred years ago, an English lady, Dr Muriel Bristol, amazed some leading statisticians by proving that she could determine by taste the order in(...)

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