Neuroscientists at NUI Galway have claimed to have made a breakthrough in regenerative medicine approaches to Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s is a c(...)

Getting ready for departure on the Science Bus  were four of the five science bus drivers (captains) from Ireland; Stephen Davitt, Claire O’Connell, Aoibhéann Bird and Phil Smyth,   with DCU president Prof Brian MacCraith in the centre at back. Photograph: Daire Hall

What happens when you load up a campervan with gear for science and engineering workshops, hit the road and travel around Europe, encouraging people t(...)

Less than a quarter of science, technology, engineering and maths workers are female.

Points for many engineering and technology courses have fallen, despite a number of Government initiatives to attract young people into the industry. (...)

‘The projects can often lead to people from SMEs meeting technical and scientific counterparts in multinationals,’ says Prof Mark Ferguson. Photograph: Eric Luke

When large-scale commercial research projects are discussed there is a natural tendency to consider them to be the preserve of large multinational cor(...)

In 2015, a group of US researchers with an interest in internet user privacy developed a tool to examine Google’s advertisement settings feature, whi(...)

The US military test fires an unarmed intercontinental ballistic missile  at Vandenberg Air Force Base,  California.  Photograph: Ringo Chiu/AFP/Getty

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) continues to be five steps ahead of the competition globally. Driving innovation in numerous t(...)

Journalist and entrepreneur Mark Little at FutureScope, a conference that promotes collaboration between entrepreneurs and multinationals. Photograph: Keith Arkins

Ireland could be a global centre for artificial intelligence, while Dublin is on its way to being a smart city, attendees to the FutureScope conferenc(...)

Just 11 per cent of Irish teens have mastered fundamental movement skills they should have mastered by the age of six. Photograph: Alan Betson

Three thousand primary school students are to be recruited to take part in a new study aimed at tackling low levels of physical activity among teenage(...)

Dave Elkington: “My goal is to build a great business and create huge value for our customers. At the end of the day an IPO is just a funding event.” Photograph: Eric Luke

The cold-call is dead and few will mourn its passing. With the rise in sophisticated customer relationship management (CRM) technology, it is now almo(...)

InsideSales.com is behind a so-called “sales acceleration platform” that is built on Neuralytics, a predictive and prescriptive self-learning engine

InsideSales.com, which has developed a sales tracking software platform, will create 120 jobs in Ireland over the next three years after raising $50 m(...)

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