Peter Barrett of  Aviation Capital and Sean Rainbird of National Gallery of Ireland. Photograph: Shane O’Neill, SON Photographic National Gallery/SMBC Aviation Capital photos

6am I listen to the radio in bed, BBC4 first and RTÉ 1 later on. Twice a week I go to the gym for 45 minutes and have breakfast after. A pot of tea wi(...)

It’s been left to British politicians and the British media to inform us about Facebook’s involvement in election manipulation. Oliver Callan asks why(...)

Bog butter found in Muckanagh, Co Mayo, dated to AD 775 to 895, and with its wooden container and leather wrap. Image copyright of the National Museum of Ireland

The tradition of using bogs to keep butter edible dates back over 3,500 years, according to a new study. It reveals the practice dates back to at le(...)

Minister for Business Heather Humphreys and Minister of State for Training John Halligan at the announcement of the  investment of more than €100 million in six new SFI centres for research training.

The newly-launched Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) centres for research training programme is aimed at meeting future digital and information communi(...)

A UCD student has proposed a mobile phone application that  would allow two people to ‘electronically sign/verify [a] pre-made contract before engaging in sex’.

The head of computer science at University College Dublin (UCD) has apologised after the school distributed an email from a student seeking help devel(...)

Mike Ross: ‘There’s a competition on with the other members of the Irish coaching staff to lose weight before Paddy’s day, which I intend to win.’ Photograph: ©INPHO

Former Ireland international Mike Ross works for software company Wizuda and is a scrum coach for Ireland’s women’s rugby team. 7am I’ll have coffee (...)

Choosing to convert disciplines prior to seeking to enter the labour market is a perfectly rational decision.

As a Guidance Counsellor, I would always advise aspiring undergraduate students to study what they are passionate about. Nothing gets you successfully(...)

Participants in the Science Hack Day Dublin 2016.

If you fancy making something weird and interesting this weekend, then Science Hack Day Dublin is a good place to be. The annual two-day gathering t(...)

Ninety companies will partner with Irish third-level institutions to create places for 700 students. Photograph: iStock

Some 90 companies are going to partner with Irish third-level colleges in running postgraduate courses and research programmes to train students in ke(...)

Trinity joins a growing number of campuses across Ireland, including the University of Limerick, which became tobacco-free in June 2018. The institutes of technology in Westport, Carlow and Athlone are also smoke-free. Photograph: iStock

Trinity College Dublin (TCD) will officially become a tobacco-free campus on Wednesday, National No Smoking Day, almost three years after creating tob(...)

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