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Shakespeare was viewed as a mascot for cultural imperialism in early twentieth-century Ireland, and the official celebrations and firework displays seen in other European countries are absent here, but the visit by President Michael D Higgins to Shakespeare’s birthplace, Stratford-upon-Avon, did coincide with the celebrations. Photograph: Chris Bellew / Fennell Photography
The Irish take on Shakespeare
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  • May 23, 2014, 14:04

With 2014 marking the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth, a series of lectures on the Bard by UCD and the Abbey has proved popular this year. Tw(...)

Wayne Byrne and Eoin Casey of OxyMem, overall winners in The Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation Awards. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

The historic baroque architecture of Royal Hospital Kilmainham in Dublin played host to 3D presentations and a host of high-tech new innovation(...)

APC’s process and technology development team (from left): Dr Gary Morris, Dr Colin Byrne, Prof Brian Glennon (co-founder and director), Dr Anna Przybyl, Dr Mark Barrett (co-founder and chief executive), Dr Mark Hanlon, Dr Miriam Kennedy (front row)

Companies in the pharma and biopharma industries frequently face costly process-related difficulties during development, commercialisation, and manufa(...)

Glenanne drew with Railway Union 1-1, a result that sees Railway drop to third in the table, now four points adrift of UCD and one behind Hermes.

Glenanne put a dent in Railway Union’s title hopes on Saturday when they drew 1-1 at Park Avenue, a result that sees Railway drop to third in the tabl(...)

Entrepreneurial outreach: Prof Suzi Jarvis outside the Clinton Building at UCD. photograph: eric luke

A university should be part of its broader community.That conviction has led Prof Suzi Jarvis, head of UCD’s Innovation Academy, to launch a new Rural(...)

 At NovaUCD are (from left) Nigel Cobbe, vice-president of business development at Enbio, chief executive John O’Donoghue, and Dr James Carton, industrial surfaces programme manager. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

John O’Donoghue, founder of surface technology company Enbio, is candid about the many challenges of getting a tech start-up off the ground. “I’ve mad(...)

Loreto’s    Rachel Keegan in action.

Going in to tomorrow’s final round of Irish Hockey League pool matches, eight clubs still have a chance of securing a place in the semi-finals,(...)

Robert Watt: secretary general at the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform set out forecasts on economy in letter to unions. Photograph: Frank Miller

The Government’s plans to reduce its public service pay and pensions bill by €1 billion will cut economic activity by up to ha(...)

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