Eoin O Reilly

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Nurse Nora Chiorascu, patient Jenny Luke, consultant dermatologist Dr Rupert Barry and DermView chief executive Eoin O’Reilly. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov

Anyone who has had to see a dermatologist in Ireland will regale you with waiting-list woes. If you are going public those waiting times can be very l(...)

Like John Tyndall, who always underlined the need for science communication and engagement with the public, Tyndall National Institute in UCC has a major programme of science engagement in tandem with advanced research. Above  public engagement and outreach officers Dr Caitriona Tyndall and Alida Zauers with Albi Morrish in the Tyndall Atrium adjoining the cleanroom during Culture Night. Photograph: Clare Keogh.

Kevin O’Sullivan Environment & Science Editor The life of great Irish natural philosopher John Tyndall was summed up adeptly in 2018 when the pu(...)

“Automation can reduce the more mundane and repetitive work elements, leaving opportunities for people to improve their skillsets for a higher-value role.” Photograph: iStock

Fear and apprehension relating to the potential of new generations of robots leading to mass unemployment tends to move up a notch whenever a shiny ne(...)

Work by Jane Rainey

NCAD Graduate Showcase NCAD Thomas St Campus, 100 Thomas St, Dublin; NCAD Postgrad Centre, 101- 103 James’s St. June 18th-26th. ncad.ie Uncover: D(...)

Prof Eoin O’Reilly, newly appointed chief scientific officer at the Tyndall Institute, in Cork: “What I’m particularly excited about, however, is having a part to play in developing new talent.” Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

There is perhaps nothing more satisfying (or frustrating) for a scientist than to see a once widely disputed theory they developed eventually becom(...)