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Irish agritech player MagGrow raises €3m

Dublin agritech start-up MagGrow has raised €3m in a funding round from existing and new investors. The round will finance ...
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Adorable Irish kids’ science video among winners of short film award

Earlier this year, young people from across Ireland were asked to take part in the ReelLife Science video competition to ...
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100 jobs for Waterford as Bausch Health expands operations

Multinational pharma firm Bausch Health has announced today (13 November) that it will expand its contact lens manufacturing capacity at ...
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10 leading scientists reveal their unsung heroes

Behind every great scientist is a person or people who not only inspired them to pursue the career of their ...
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Tyndall now one of Europe’s first DPA ‘stress test’ centres for spacetech

Representatives from the European Space Agency (ESA) arrived at Tyndall today (13 November) to announce that its Space Solutions Centre ...
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How to fight a trade war: Turn the other cheek

By Shanta DevarajanIf the current trade tensions between the United States and its major trade partners, especially China, escalate into ...
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Lessons on youth educational training reform in Kenya

By John MugoOver the last five years, Kenya’s Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) has experienced a series of ...
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How gender determines intergenerational mobility in Africa

By Théophile T. AzomahouParents’ emotional and financial support for their children is vital to their chances for upward social mobility, ...
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For Amazon, HQ2 location decision was about talent, talent, talent

By Alan BerubeThough the cat’s been out of the bag for more than a week now, Amazon’s announcement this morning ...
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How Brazil’s Bolsonaro can apply global lessons learned in fighting crime

By Michael E. O'HanlonWhat should incoming President Jair Bolsonaro do to advance his anti-crime agenda in Brazil? His tough-on-crime rhetoric ...
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