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Opsona Therapeutics has secured €33 million to fund the further development of a drug it hopes will tackle organ rejection in kidney transplant patients.

Opsona Therapeutics has secured €33 million to fund the further development of a drug it hopes will tackle organ rejection in kidney transplant(...)

Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney is seeking to water down an EU proposal restricting the use of pesticides linked to declining bee number(...)

“The weather is not the root of all our problems,” says TCD’s Prof Malcolm MacLachlan. Photograph: Dara Mac  Donaill

The hackneyed phrase is that if Ireland “only had the weather” it would be a great little country but a Trinity College(...)

Prof Patricia Casey: “As a psychiatrist I cannot support a proposal which involves a procedure which would cause women harm”

A reported plan for a panel of doctors to assess suicide risk during pregnancy was an “insult to women”, according to a clinical psychiatrist a(...)

Headmaster: Dermot Dix. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

MONDAY It’s the first day of term. Parents drop their children off after a three-week break. We are a private primary school, with both boarding-(...)

Customers in Freebird Records on Wicklow Street in Dublin hoped to get some of the many limited-edition Record Store Day releases by Irish and international acts. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Independent record stores in Dublin enjoyed a vinyl revival on Saturday when music fans came out in droves to support international Record Stor(...)

Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Eamon Gilmore and Turkey's European affairs minister Egemen Bagis speak to the media after their talks in Turkish capital Ankara on April 9th. Photograph: AP

The recent trade mission to Turkey led by the Tánaiste, Eamon Gilmore, took place as exporters in both countries are hopeful of robust growth (...)

The highly profitable Trinity Capital Hotel on Dublin’s Pearse Street is to be offered for sale on the international market following a sustain(...)

Archbishop Michael Jackson (centre) and Archbishop Diarmuid Martin carry the Taize cross down Dame Street in Dublin during the Good Friday procession to the Pro-Cathedral. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Sectarianism is “alive and well” in Dublin, the Church of Ireland Archbishop of Dublin, Michael Jackson, has said. Speaking at a colloqui(...)

Only 40 per cent of emigrants expect to return to Ireland at some stage and just 21 per cent of those who had emigrated expect to return within three years, a survey has found.  Photograph: Alan Betson

Only 40 per cent of the present generation of Irish emigrants intend to return to Ireland, according to new research. The feelings of ne(...)

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