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What: “Cardiff’s answer to William Onyeabor?” Where: Wales Why: Heavenly Recordings is one of the UK’s longest-standing and relevant labels since it(...)

Celebrating World Hijab Day in Dublin are (from left) Rana Alamri; Manal Elrufaie; Maria Syed; Lorraine O’Connor; Stephanie Reid; Yasmina Isaacs; Durdana Jawad; Ashrat Meh Mood; Sarah Babiker, Sanaa Kashif and Maha Alsalem. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Muslim women in Ireland have urged non-Muslims in their communities to “look beyond the veil” and to see beyond negative stereotypes of the hijab. Ir(...)

Virginia Teehan: ‘Now the profile of our heritage needs to be more prominent at a time of conflicting resources’

Virginia Teehan is “so happy for myself”. This might apply to her appointment as the new chief executive officer (CEO) for the Heritage Council on the(...)

 A child wears a  face-mask   to protect against air pollution in Beijing, China: several studies show traffic exhaust  to  be quite toxic.  Photograph: Rolex dela Pena/EPA

The view that air pollution contributes to autism is strongly held by a small but growing band of scientists who study pollution and health. They poin(...)

A scene from the ‘Dublin Apocalypse’ manuscript. Photograph: Board of Trinity College Dublin

Medieval society was both fascinated and appalled by the prospect of the apocalypse as outlined in the Book of Revelations. The last, and one of the(...)

Founded in 2000, Deerac was spun out of the physics department at TCD

Irish investors, including State body Enterprise Ireland and Trinity College Dublin, have made a healthy return on their stake in Labcyte, a Californi(...)

In a statement, a spokeswoman for Trinity College said the university “takes matters such as these very seriously and absolutely condemns such practices”.

Trinity College Dublin is investigating allegations that new members of its boat club were told to strip to their underwear and whipped with bamboo st(...)

‘Funding per student has declined, and third-level capital infrastructure is underfunded.’ Photograph: iStock

Ireland is one of just two European countries where the third-level education system is “in danger” due to a funding shortfall and rising student numb(...)

Dr Jules Polonetsky delivers his lecture ‘Navigating Privacy in a Data Centric World’ at Trinity College Dublin. Photograph:Tom Honan/The Irish Times

People who are interested in the intersection of technology, data protection and privacy issues need to be at the table now to determine the future of(...)

DePuy Synthes Ireland manufactures orthopaedic products including hip and knee replacement joints

Two Cork companies have announced more than 100 new jobs on the back of new business and investment of close to €50 million. Medtech company DePuy Sy(...)

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