Weekend Takeaway: Dreams in the stars
Inspirefest unveils first three speakers ahead of 2019 event
The first batch of exciting speakers for Inspirefest 2019 are unveiled as the countdown begins.
Apple and Amazon deny Chinese spy chip claims
An in-depth report into an alleged cyber-espionage campaign carried out by Chinese operatives is being disputed by some implicated tech giants.
Uncovering Irish women’s role in reaching for the stars
During Space Week, Dr Niamh Shaw is exploring the power of curiosity among women scientists. She spoke to Dr Claire O’Connell.
Europe’s digital capital: Colt to double Dublin network to 300km of fibre
Dublin is in the top five cities in the world for growth potential, says Colt CEO.
EU rules Netflix and Amazon must invest in more Europe-made content
A new EU policy means Netflix, Amazon and other video-on-demand services must spend more in Europe.
CyrusOne gets go-ahead to build a €400m data centre campus in Dublin
Vast cluster of data centres in southwest Dublin continues to grow.
New study uncovers Ireland’s lack of conversation about porn
A new study has highlighted the worrying lack of conversation in Ireland about porn use, despite calls in 2016 for a national discussion.
6 space careers you can have other than astronaut
Do you have a love for space? Did you know there are so many more career options for you than becoming an astronaut?
The splice of life: In conversation with a Nobel laureate
On a recent visit to APC Microbiome, Dr Sally Cudmore chatted with 1993 Nobel Prize-winner Dr Richard J Roberts about what we still have to learn from the microbiome.
Scientists reveal 3D-printed concrete that actually gets stronger when it cracks
Researchers aiming to make buildings much safer during natural disasters have revealed 3D-printed concrete that gets stronger when cracked.
Dreaming of space. Image: Sergey Nivens/Depositphotos
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