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[Silicon Republic] NEWS ALERTS 12/07/2015 16:00

4pm News Alerts from Silicon Republic Silicon Republic is a leading source for technology, science and start-up news, information and resources for people who are passionate about STEM. in the 12/07/2015 edition:

Corkman’s fertility company bags €50,000 IBYE gong

Dec 07, 2015 03:59 pm

Ireland’s best young entrepreneur (IBYE) was been named, with Corkman James Foody picking up a €50,000 investment fund for his work with Ayda, a company developing an app to aide women’s fertility.

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X-Bolt to invest €1m in hip fracture clinical trials at Oxford University

Dec 07, 2015 03:42 pm

Dublin med tech firm X-Bolt Orthopedics is to spend €1m on a clinical trial of its hip fracture medical device by Oxford University.

The post X-Bolt to invest €1m in hip fracture clinical trials at Oxford University appeared first on Silicon Republic.


Just how smart can cars get? (Infographic)

Dec 07, 2015 02:15 pm

The innovation ongoing in the auto-tech industry is quite remarkable at the moment, with everything from smartphone OS interfaces to autonomous vehicles all being entertained. But where are we right now? And where are we going?

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Ireland at COP21: Minister White claims we are on target for 16pc renewables

Dec 07, 2015 01:28 pm

As world leaders continue to descend on Paris for COP21, Ireland’s Minister for Energy Alex White arrived today (7 December), claiming we can still make the target of 16pc renewable energy production by 2020.

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IBM’s #HackAHairDryer tweet fail completely misses the point

Dec 07, 2015 12:24 pm

The social media managers over at IBM have appeared to have wildly miscalculated the public’s reaction to its aim of increasing the number of women in tech by asking women to #HackAHairDryer.

The post IBM’s #HackAHairDryer tweet fail completely misses the point appeared first on Silicon Republic.


250 new fintech jobs as Infosys doubles Irish operation

Dec 07, 2015 12:22 pm

Infosys is set to double its workforce in Ireland, with the creation of a 95-strong R&D facility along with a separate IT support site.

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Christmas giveaway: Win a Motorola Moto G smartphone!

Dec 07, 2015 12:20 pm

Thanks to Motorola, we have two Moto G smartphones up for grabs for Siliconrepublic.com readers.

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Monaghan student bags top prize at SciFest 2015

Dec 07, 2015 11:15 am

The town of Clones in Co Monaghan is no doubt celebrating after one of its young innovators, fifth-year student Louis Madden, has been named the overall winner of the all-island science completion, SciFest 2015.

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A walk on the blind side: not only do we need more female founders, we need more female investors

Dec 07, 2015 10:55 am

The gender gap in the tech industry does not only extend to the rank and file and the hallowed VIP areas reserved for founders, it extends to the very investor class and we need to ‘change the ratio’ here as well, argues John Kennedy.

The post A walk on the blind side: not only do we need more female founders, we need more female investors appeared first on Silicon Republic.


Teresa Mannion: Ireland’s latest internet superstar

Dec 07, 2015 10:49 am

Storm Desmond wrought havoc on Ireland over the weekend, with those in the west, as usual, feeling the brunt of it. But, amid all the chaos, a star was born.

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