Handout of an artist’s impression of Rosetta approaching comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Photograph: ESA/ATG medialab/PA Wire

Comet-chasing space probe Rosetta has reached its destination after a journey lasting more than a decade.Scientists and spectators at the European Spa(...)

Trinity College Dublin: participants in new online course will be able to experience short lectures, using audio-visual material, directing them to further online resources. Photograph: Alan Betson

Trinity College Dublin is making its first foray in the realm of open-access digital teaching with a free history course going online in September.The(...)

Holybrook House: Combined annual rent roll is in excess of €900,000

An unidentified Irish fund has paid €13 million for a fully-occupied office building opposite the entrance to Holles Street hospital in Dublin 2.The s(...)

The business of MBAs

It is competitive to get into, extremely hard work and it can be very expensive indeed. Why, then, is a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) su(...)

Holybrook House is described as an investment that “looks very attractive to savvy investors who are anticipating a marked recovery in the Dublin office sector”

A fully occupied office building opposite the entrance to Holles Street hospital in Dublin 2 goes on the m(...)

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Q After 14 years of marriage, we’re in our late 30s with three young children. Over the last seven years, since we had our first child, we have had(...)

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Q Men have been telling me horrendous stories about their daughters bullying them. One father was threatened by his twentysomething daughter that i(...)

A handout picture made available by NASA  shows an illustration supporting the concept of a possible extent of an ancient lake inside Gale Crater. Photograph: EPA/NASA

An enormous crater near the northern plains of Mars once harboured an ancient lake that could have supported microbial life, Nasa scientists claim.The(...)

“The area of digital learning is one which is exploding, literally exploding with potential,” says Minister for Education and Skills Ruairí Quinn

Back in the old days – or maybe even not so old – getting a college education often meant dragging yourself out of bed to make it to lectures. Today t(...)

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