As far back as 2012, Ireland had targeted Ghana, along with Botswana, as countries of strategic importance in relation to the establishment of double taxation agreements

Irish officials overrode concerns from the Department of Foreign Affairs in striking a trade deal with Ghana that pushes down the levels of tax that t(...)

The US Capitol Building  in Washington DC. According to the US Bureau of Economic Analysis, the value of Ireland’s foreign direct investment into the US  was €69bn in 2017. Photograph: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

Close to 800 Irish companies have operations in the United States, employing more than 100,000 people, according to new figures. The data comes as St(...)

Science Foundation Ireland conducted a survey among young people to see what they thought about Stem and found that the student’s primary concern when choosing their college course was “fitting in” with others, not the subject material.

It’s make your mind up time. Up and down the country sixth-year students – and their parents – are scanning subject options for continued study in our(...)

In its hands: It is outrageous that the Government has yet to deliver a policy document for science

Yuletide is upon us and it is time to put together a list of what gifts the research community might like to find under the Christmas tree. Some prezz(...)

The president of the European Research Council Prof Jean-Pierre Bourguignon

The president of the European Research Council Prof Jean-Pierre Bourguignon was in Dublin last week to address a meeting on the subject: “Excellent re(...)