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[Silicon Republic] NEWS ALERTS 02/15/2016 09:00

9am 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 02/15/2016 edition:

Could ‘mini-brains’ replace animals in drug testing?

Feb 15, 2016 08:57 am

US researchers claim to have developed tiny little ‘mini brains’ from human cells which could one day, presumably, replace lab testing on some animals.

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Can new Game of Thrones teaser be any more grim?

Feb 15, 2016 08:09 am

One of the most popular TV shows in history is returning next month, with a new Game of Thrones teaser released by HBO to set quite a grim tone.

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The online Malware Museum is full of literal ‘retroviruses’

Feb 15, 2016 08:00 am

Malware is pretty sophisticated and vicious these days, but back in the 1990s some of them were actually quite adorable.

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Pharma player MSD to create 200 new jobs in Carlow, Cork and Tipperary

Feb 15, 2016 07:56 am

Healthcare giant MSD is to create 200 new jobs in Carlow, Cork and Tipperary and the company has revealed that its Irish sites are involved in the production of over 60pc of MSD’s global top 20 products.

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Dublin researcher awarded €2.5m to create the battery of the future

Feb 15, 2016 07:36 am

Prof Valeria Nicolosi has been awarded a €2.5m ERC Consolidator Grant to create an innovative new type of energy storage device that can charge in just a few minutes, last longer than today’s batteries and can be hidden within any kind of material, even the human body.

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Start-up of the week: Buymie

Feb 15, 2016 07:11 am

Our start-up of the week Buymie is a new on-demand mobile app that allows consumers to have any grocery and household item delivered to their door in as little as an hour.

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Interxion to open its 3rd Dublin data centre by end of 2016

Feb 15, 2016 07:00 am

Ireland remains the ‘hotspot’ for data centres as Interxion announces it is to build its third Irish data centre in the outskirts of Dublin due for completion in Q4 2016.

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1961 Charles Addams cartoon inspires belated Valentine to women pioneers of computing

Feb 13, 2016 10:08 am

To some they were ‘operators’, to others they were the ‘computer girls’, but the real pioneers computing and coding were women. Inspired by a 1961 Valentine’s cover in the New Yorker by Charles Addams and recent events, let’s hear it for the girls.

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UK govt appoints expert panel of digital industry heavyweights

Feb 12, 2016 06:02 pm

The UK government has appointed an expert advisory board of digital industry leaders to advise the Government Digital Service on ways of transforming how services are provided to millions of people.

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Getting a job in STEM: an instruction manual

Feb 12, 2016 05:49 pm

Most weeks on our careers news round-up are all about jobs in STEM, and this one’s no different – it just took a slightly different approach. This week focused on STEM jobs, alright: where you can get them, how you can get them, and what you can do to prepare for them.

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