Tim Redfern

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Drop has  established partnerships with the likes of Bosch and GE Appliances

Irish smart kitchen start-up Drop has raised $8 million in a Series A financing round with the owners of Itsa Bagel and the Michelin-starred restauran(...)

Tim Redfern (48), who carried a “free, safe legal” poster, described the Eighth Amendment as a “weeping sore”. Photograph: Ronan McGreevy

Abortion is a black and white issue. Those Repeal jumpers, designed in anger last year by campaigner Anna Cosgrave, have become a ubiquitous fashion a(...)

Sean O’Sullivan: is a key figure in a revolution in the manufacturing start-up scene, with capital, investors and entrepreneurs flowing into a city of nearly 15 million people

I’m in the Hax accelerator for manufacturing start-ups in Shenzhen, eating mealworms made by an Austrian company and trying to find my balance on a tw(...)

Ben Harris, chief executive and co-founder of Drop

Ben Harris is the chief executive and co-founder of Drop, a connected kitchen scale with interactive recipe platform. An industrial designer and gradu(...)

Drop will also sell in Harvey Norman, with a price of €99.95

Drop, a Dublin-based start-up which has created an iPad-connected kitchen scale that guides users through recipes, looks set to become an internationa(...)

From left: developer Zachary Davison with Drop co-founders Ben Harris, Jonny McCauley and Jack Phelan

The oldest surviving cookbook in the world, thought to be written in the early fifth century by a Roman named Apicius, has a distinct leaning towards (...)

Composer Igor Stravinsky  (right) and impresario Sergei Diaghilev in Seville during their Ballets Russes collaboration. Photograph:  Hulton Archive/Getty Images

There’s a scene in Arthur Penn’s 1967 film Bonnie and Clyde, where the two bank-robbers fruitlessly try to make out on a bed. Lots of rustling sheets,(...)