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 Ashimedua Okonkwo  told the High Court she was admitted to practice as a solicitor in Ireland in 2013, holds a Masters Degree in Law from TCD, and is about to receive a Doctorate in Law from the same university. Photograph: Collins Courts

A solicitor has claimed she was subjected to discriminatory remarks because she is “a woman and a black African” when she sought to represent a client(...)

Ilustration: Michael Viney

In the season of moulds, mildews and fungi, spare some dread for an organism, a protist, that shares its biology with potato blight and grapevine dise(...)

A model of the Éirloop entry in the Hyperloop challenge. The Éirloop team estimates the project will cost about €230,000 in components, air freight and travel.

In 1884, Irishman Frank Ebrington, a trainee engineer, became the fastest man in the world. He boarded an empty train at Kingstown (now Dún Laoghaire)(...)

Report suggests  too many three-bed semis are being built in Dublin and  not enough apartments.

As research published on Friday showed house prices in Ireland will continue to rise over the next five to 10 years unless drastic action is taken, we(...)

The tech archives will ensure that histories, personal memories and memorabilia are not lost to time

As notices about the internet go, this one wasn’t too encouraging: “No guarantees of reliable service are available at present, it is quite likely tha(...)

William Malcolm, senior privacy Counsel at Google, at the conference in NUI Maynooth on Wednesday. Photograph: Alan Betson

Google has said offering transparency about legal and policy-related access requests for its users’ data “is something we are really committed to” a(...)

HEA boss Tom Boland: started with a few well-timed jabs

Higher Education Authority boss Tom Boland stepped into the ring of JM Synge Theatre in Trinity College Dublin recently for a bout with academics o(...)

DCU: one of a number of institutions that are altering their methods of assessment, in tandem with the rollout of ‘cut-and-paste’ detection software, to combat academic fraud. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

A proliferation of online services for third-level students offering “pay as you go” essays has prompted universities to review their policies against(...)

Trinity College Dublin, along with UCD, were scored on 12 indicators, getting eight As and six As respectively. Photographer: Dara MacDónaill/The Irish Times

Higher education institutions in Ireland are performing well against their European counterparts in research output and developing links with industry(...)

Senator Fidelma Healy-Eames has claimed that the State is costing its citizens jobs by failing to teach them languages. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The Republic cannot give its own citizens jobs because the State is failing at teaching languages, the Seanad has heard.Independent Senator Fidelma He(...)

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