Amber

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About 10,000 hip and knee replacements are undertaken in the Republic annually.

A pioneering project aimed at developing 3D-printed biological implants to treat people affected by degenerative diseases such as osteoarthritis has (...)

Additive manufacturing, which is more commonly described as “3D printing,” has been hailed in some quarters as part of the “fourth industrial revolution

A Dublin-based research centre has announced a €4.3 million 3D printing laboratory that is to play a central role in helping to uncover new materials (...)

Prof Jonathan Coleman, principal investigator at Amber with one of his printed transistors

Ever wished your milk could warn you by text message that it was about to go off? It may soon be possible thanks to Dublin researchers who have found (...)

Magnets have always been a part of wireless communications but the current generation has peaked when it comes to the frequency of a radio signal

Ireland has won research money from an EU programme that is so exclusive it is reserved only for those likely to deliver a scientific breakthrough. (...)

Minister John Halligan with  Julie Byrne of Nokia Bell Labs in Ireland and Lorraine Byrne of Amber, the materials science institute at Trinity College Dublin

A Trinity College Dublin lab has expanded its research partnership with Nokia Bell Labs with a new four-year agreement worth €2.3 million. Amber, the(...)

The image shows a sheet of molybdenum disulfide just one molecule thick.   This material has been suggested for a range of applications such as transistors, memory devices, solar cells and lithium ion batteries.

Ireland now has one of the world’s top 10 most powerful microscopes that can see objects a million times smaller than the diameter of a human hair. It(...)

Prof Seeram Ramakrishna: ‘The view [in Singapore] is you have to look at the long term. You have to invest more to prepare for the future.’

Maintaining a global vision and putting more money into science are essential for any country that wants to have an international impact on research a(...)

Neal O’Hara, Declan Scanlan and Graham Cross of Adama Innovations

A research discovery at Trinity College Dublin has led directly to the creation of a start-up company that this morning announces it has secured €750(...)