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These nanoparticles have been built at a scale small enough to interact with individual molecules. Photograph: Medi-Mation/Science Photo Library

The idea that a tiny machine could be inserted into the body and then travel to the site of damaged or diseased cells to repair those cells onsite has(...)

Jamie Hawan: ‘This programme is about you and your own development. You will get out of it what you put in.’

Tell us about yourself, where you’re from, what you studied in college? “I am from Wexford, I live with my son Jason, my fiancée Celine and her daug(...)

Students taking the MA in Modern Irish history at UCD will have an opportunity to focus on their own particular areas of interest

We take a look at a selection of the many postgraduate courses available in Ireland’s universities, institutes of technology and colleges. Where indic(...)

“We had a very difficult first quarter,” says Glenn Sheridan of Waterford Business Group, pictured on George’s Street. Photograph: Patrick Browne

It may be the season for shoppers, but this Christmas marks the end of an uncertain year for retailers in Waterford city centre. After a prolonged la(...)

From left: Dr Sheila Donegan, co-founder of Maths Week, Margie McCarthy, head of Education and Public Engagement, Science Foundation Ireland, and Aislinn Bueno (11) from Scoil Chaoimhín Primary School, Marlborough Street, Dublin, at the launch of Maths Week 2018. Photograph: Shane O’Neill, SON Photographic

Maths is everywhere, and this year’s Maths Week (commencing on Saturday, October 13th) will encourage us all to become more comfortable with its every(...)

Padraic  Fanning, left, during his days as a selector with Waterford, with Stephen Molumphy and Eoin Kelly. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Padraic Fanning has been appointed Waterford hurling manager for the next two years. The decision was taken on Monday evening after a recommendation b(...)

An alternative option for students who have failed to meet entry requirements for their chosen courses may be to apply to their local further education (FE) college. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

From early morning, yesterday the queries poured into the Irish Times helpdesk, where our team of guidance counsellors answered questions in our live (...)

Students from fee-paying schools are far more likely to attend a handful of top Dublin-based universities, new figures show. Photograph: iStock

New figures show the extent of the “class gap” in higher education with students from fee-paying schools far more likely to attend a handful of top Du(...)

Sir Charles Keane at Cappoquin House in Co Waterford. Photograph: Mary Browne

Sunlight on the foothills of the Knockmealdown Mountains brightens the landscape into which Cappoquin House and its alluring garden sit as if grown fr(...)

A Kilkenny County Council report says there is an educational, social and economic case for locating a higher education campus to cater for 1,000 students in the city. Photograph: Pat Moore.

A new third-level college should be created in an urban renewal area of Kilkenny city focusing on design, crafts, animation, heritage, tourism and the(...)

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