‘It’s easy to do autonomous cars in California or Arizona, where the roads are big, the lane markings are clear, and you have great weather,’ says Cormican

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) and Valeo, the French vehicle technology supplier, are building up a major hub in the west of Ireland for autonomous vehicle r(...)

The Hopper Local event was held at Microsoft’s offices in Dublin

Tech workers, academics and international companies have gathered at Microsoft in Dublin for an event focusing on the importance of women holding posi(...)

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 (...)

Lero director Professor Mike Hinchey: “You can upgrade a heart pacemaker by upgrading the software on the device rather than operating on the patient to replace it.”

Software now pervades almost every area of our lives. Our phones, our cars, our cookers, our washing machines – just about every physical object we en(...)

Prof Jonathan Coleman: cutting-edge research into  transforming  ‘exfoliated nanosheets into bespoke 2D inks’

A professor in the School of Physics at Trinity College Dublin, has received a €2.2 million European grant to help him further his work on novel metho(...)

US biotech company Vaccinogen is setting up a research lab on DCU’s campus to develop vaccines that attack any cancer cells left over after surgery to reduce cancer recurrence

A US company looking for a research base found one in Dublin, but in the process also found something unexpected – a technology that could revolutioni(...)

By making the internet more useful and usable through better identification and classification of its content society will benefit in many ways

NUI Galway’s Digital Enterprise Research Institute (Deri), set up in 2003 and funded by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI), is a Centre for Science, Eng(...)