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Irish and many EU citizens were banned from travelling to the US, employees were forced to work from home and companies on both sides of the Atlantic scrambled to find new ways to do business.

As we entered 2020, the trade and business relationship between Ireland and the US had hit unprecedented high levels of investment flows in both direc(...)

Some dental practices have introduced a fee for PPE for patients or have increased the costs of treatments. File photograph: Getty

Many dental practices are expected to withdraw from the dental medical card scheme due to the additional cost of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) p(...)

At the SFI Research Centre for Advanced Manufacturing at University College Dublin, are (from left): Prof Wim Meijer; Heather Humphreys, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation; Prof Orla Feely, UCD vice-president for research, innovation and impact and Prof Mark Ferguson, director general Science Foundation Ireland. Photograph: Vincent Hoban

Scientists in University College Dublin are to evaluate the extent to which Covid-19 is ending up in sewage with a view to developing an early warning(...)

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US-based healthcare provider and insurer UPMC is to create 60 jobs in Kilkenny with the opening of its new global technology operations centre. The c(...)

A toast to ‘sweethearts and wives’ on board the Endurance, during the Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition, 1914-17, led by Ernest Shackleton. Photograph: Frank Hurley/Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge/Getty

As the pandemic drags on, a lot of people have been looking to history for insights. Much focus has been on the parallels between coronavirus and past(...)

The Dairy Processing Technology Centre at Teagasc will receive funding for a new cheese characterisation suite. ‘This will analyse cheese to see how well it slices, matures and so on,’ says programme manager Mark Whelan. Photograph: iStock

Technology to enable humans and robots to work together safely on production lines, a highly innovative brain imaging system, and tests for the slicin(...)

The National Maternity Hospital in Holles Street: It has been trying to find a new home for decades. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The row over the transfer of the National Maternity Hospital to a site owned by a religious order was the biggest story in Irish health this century, (...)

Clerical abuse survivor Marie Kane  says when she was ill ‘I found comfort in my little ritual of lighting a candle and praying to a God I thought had no time for me as a young girl.’: Photograph:Thomas Nolan

It’s over two months since churches, mosques, and synagogues in Ireland were closed for public worship. For Christians, Easter 2020 took place behind (...)

The 95,000 sq ft facility consists of cleanrooms, bottling rooms, office space, a lab, cold storage and warehousing.

Wellness product manufacturer Doterra is to create 100 jobs in Cork City over the next three years with the opening of the company’s first manufacturi(...)

The US continues to be the most active investor country for Ireland, accounting for 61% of 2019 projects. File photograph: iStock

Some 20 per cent of foreign direct investment (FDI) projects in the Republic won’t proceed as planned this year because of the Covid-19 crisis, accord(...)

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