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Megan Carroll, Abby Mullins and Chloe Murphy from Moate Community School, who were overall group winners at the 2021 BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition, are pictured at Hodson Bay launching next year’s event. Photograph: Chris Bellew/Fennell Photography

The BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition (BTYSTE) will be going virtual for a second year in a row next January in an indication of the poss(...)

This is a pivotal year for Irish sporting rights, with the future of two absolutely key properties – Six Nations and the GAA – on the line.

For sporting organisations, it’s a beautiful game. After years of red-hot inflation, the European sports broadcasting rights market seemed to be cooli(...)

BT Ireland paid a €85 million dividend to its parent in 2020.

BT Ireland has reported a fall in sales and profits for the year to end-March 2020, due primarily to the transfer of customer accounts to another grou(...)

The new company is to be responsible for managing the group’s spend with suppliers around the world

Telecoms giant BT Group has announced more than 70 new jobs for its new standalone procurement group, which is headquartered in Dublin. The Irish Tim(...)

The regulator has said it will oppose the legal challenge by Three Ireland ‘in full’

Three Ireland has initiated court action against the communications regulator ComReg over new licences for radio spectrum, which allows operators to r(...)

Gregory Tarr, who was announced as winner of the 57th BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition Gregory. Photograph: Chris Bellew /Fennell Photography

A new software programme that could make the internet a safer place has culminated in its developer Greg Tarr winning the 2021 BT Young Scientist &(...)

 Nord Anglia Dublin International School student John Gorman with his project, a wind turbine assisted electric scooter. Photograph: Chris Bellew /Fennell Photography

In a world of increasing polarisation where the role of evidence is under siege, the importance of science and technological research in improving liv(...)

BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition head Mari Chalane (centre) and broadcast presenters Aidan Power and Roisin Ní Thomáin

Looking at the usual special ingredients of this annual showcase of science by second-level students reveals how challenging it was to turn it into a (...)

Limbering up for the virtual BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition is Mark Langtry, aka “Mark the Science Guy”. The event is being broadcast from the Mansion House, Dublin, the location of the first Young Scientist Exhibition which took place in 1965. Photograph: Chris Bellew/Fennells

KEVIN O’SULLIVAN Environment & Science Editor More than 1,000 students from across the island of Ireland are exhibiting projects in this year’s (...)

Movers and shakers: some of the people to Watch in 2020

The hottest young talent set to make waves in the worlds of politics, fashion, food, sport, activism, art, film and TV, sustainability, entrepreneur(...)

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