The Irish Centre for Foetal and Neonatal Translational Research (Infant) in Cork is competing for an award in Ireland’s Artificial Intelligence Awards for its work in creating an algorithm that can help detect seizures in newborn babies.

The Irish Centre for Foetal and Neonatal Translational Research (Infant) is competing for an award in Ireland’s Artificial Intelligence Awards. The (...)

Principal investigator at the Infant Centre, Prof Jonathan Hourihane, with a new oral immunotherapy which reduces sensitivity to peanuts. Photograph: Diane Cusack

The threat of children dying from violent reactions to peanuts can be removed using a “game-changer” treatment developed by scientists in Ireland and (...)

Alison O’Shea, researcher at the SFI Research Centre for Fetal and Neonatal Translational Research (INFANT) works on seizure detection in the EEG signals of newborns. Photograph: Clare Keogh

Seizures in newborn babies are one of the most common indicators of a serious neurological condition, but are very difficult for medical teams to dete(...)

Joan Jordan (left),  Norma Harte and Dr Fionnuala Keane at the HRB-CRCI seminar to mark International Clinical Trials Day. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The scale of clinical research has improved dramatically in Ireland over the past five years, leading to better outcomes for patients and helping many(...)

A corporate gender gap report by the World Economic Forum found a lack of role models is one of the greatest barriers to women leaders. (...)