Dr David Finn and Mark Rafferty of    Amatech Group Ltd: “What we have been able to do is almost defy the laws of physics.”

Amatech Most people with a Visa debit card will be familiar with contactless payment technology. In Ireland it allows Visa debit cardholders to pay bi(...)

Ciarán O’Hanlon (right) is one of the three Queen’s University players deemed ineligible to play in the Sigerson Cup. Photograph: Inpho.

Controversy has broken out in the Sigerson Cup with the decision of the GAA’s third-level governing body, the Higher Education Authority (HEA), to ex(...)

PathXL is a spin out from  Queen’s University Belfast

PathXL, a Belfast-based company which is developing pioneering digital pathology technology, plans to invest £3.6 million and create 32 new jobs over (...)

Prof John Brewer of Queen’s University, Belfast

“This is a Rubicon,” says Prof John Brewer of Queen’s University, Belfast. “Irrespective of a Yes or a No vote in the Scottish independence referendum(...)

Irish hare: likes good quality, sugar-rich grass. Illustration: Michael Viney

On a hillside so assiduously nibbled by sheep, only waysides have room for the surge of summer growth. The boreen is suddenly flanked with buttercups (...)

 A worker at the Andor Technology factory based in Belfast:  The company, which designs and manufactures high technology tools and systems for research and industry was the first commercial spinoff from Oxford University. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Pacemaker

Oxford Instruments, the London-listed technology company, has declared its £176 million offer for west Belfast-based Andor Technology, as “wholly unco(...)

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