An artist’s impression of DIT’s new Grangegorman campus	, which is set to become the State’s first technological university

The State’s first technological university is set to be announced later this week based on the merger of Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), IT Tall(...)

Louise Kennedy: “I remind myself each season that we can never rest on last season’s laurels.”

The middle of five children, Louise Kennedy caught the fashion bug from her parents who ran a general drapery store in Thurles, Co Tipperary. Kennedy (...)

Maggie O’Neill, who lives on Terenure Road East, and is concerned about the ramifications of the bus corridor. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

It’s 8am on Wednesday and about 20 commuters are queuing up on Swords Main Street to get on a bus into Dublin city centre for work. They are waiting f(...)

The real addition to the State’s housing stock in 2017 was probably closer to 10,000 than to the headline output number of 14,500 units. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Central Statistics Office’s new housing output numbers appear to have finally put to bed the controversy surrounding the Government’s figures, one(...)

Nutriband has acquired Carmel Biosciences, a company that develops prescription drugs and nutraceuticals. Photograph: iStock

Nutriband, a US pharmaceutical company founded by Irish entrepreneur Gareth Sheridan, is to acquire Carmel Biosciences in a $3.8 million (€3.2 million(...)

Dunnes Brothers is a ground works and general contractor. Photograph: iStock

Builder Glenman Corporation faces possible High Court action in a dispute over a €160,000 debt allegedly owed to subcontractor Dunne Brothers Ltd. Ga(...)

US Army Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Flood, seen here in Ghazni, Afghanistan, is  from Dublin. He works at    Joint Forces Staff College, a component of the National Defense University and lives in Texas. Here he is pictured here in Ghazni, Afghanistan

Working Abroad Q&A: Each week, Irish Times Abroad meets an Irish person working in an interesting job overseas. This week, Anthony Flood, from Dub(...)

Aer Lingus’s  recruitment drive comes at a time when it is expanding, specifically over the north Atlantic, and is bringing in new aircraft over the next two years

Aer Lingus will double the number of aircraft engineering apprentices it hires this year to 20, and hopes to get more female applicants for the jobs. (...)

Brainstorm showcases what academics and researchers are doing behind their college walls.

One of the most surprising things about the last nine months has been the lack of tweed. I’ve met hundreds of academics and researchers since I starte(...)

John Browne, Kastus CEO,  with Paul Maguire, Paul Maguire, acting head of innovation at DIT. The company now has a pipeline of 40 potential clients worldwide.

A chance encounter in 2007 led to a decade-long collaboration which produced the 2017 Irish Times Innovation Award winner. That’s the very short ver(...)

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