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[Silicon Republic] NEWS ALERTS 02/12/2016 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 02/12/2016 edition:

IMDA lays out plans to make Ireland a ‘global medtech hub’

Feb 12, 2016 08:40 am

The Irish Medical Devices Association (IMDA) has presented its four-year strategy with the aim of securing Ireland as a ‘global medtech hub’ by the end of the decade.

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You can’t STEM the tide: LinkedIn reveals skills that got people hired in 2015

Feb 12, 2016 08:20 am

Cloud, data analytics and digital marketing were the top skills that got Irish professionals hired during 2015, according to LinkedIn. Science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) skills will dominate hiring trends through 2016 and beyond.

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UCLA open sources imaging tech capable of seeing the invisible

Feb 12, 2016 07:56 am

A powerful imaging algorithm capable of seeing beyond what is capable of humans has been released as open source by the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) with uses in autonomous vehicles and security.

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15 employers you don’t want to miss at Career Zoo

Feb 12, 2016 07:55 am

With Career Zoo, Ireland’s leading recruitment event, fast approaching, we took a look at the line-up and picked out some of the big industry employers you don’t want to miss on the day.

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Irish chip could be at heart of Google’s plan to create a revolutionary standalone VR headset

Feb 12, 2016 07:43 am

Google is believed to be working on a revolutionary new VR headset that requires neither smartphones or PCs to track motion and chips from Irish tech player Movidius are reportedly powering the new concept in VR. This could be just one dimension of Google and Movidius’s machine vision partnership.

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New terabit satellites equal to 400 current-gen combined

Feb 11, 2016 05:37 pm

Three new satellites in development at ViaSat will aim to usher in a new age of data transfer power with speeds of up to 1Tbps, more than the 400 communication satellites currently in space combined.

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20 romantic movies on Netflix to cuddle up with this Valentine’s Day

Feb 11, 2016 04:45 pm

Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be about the big flashy date, or the flowers and chocolate. Sometimes it can just be about spending time together, doing what you love – watching Netflix.

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STEM Fair to host Cyberlympix Women in STEM challenge

Feb 11, 2016 04:32 pm

Ahead of this year’s STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) Fair in the RDS in Dublin, GradIreland are calling on greater participation from women graduates eager to break the mould.

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Rocket Women shows girls the sky’s no limit

Feb 11, 2016 04:13 pm

The sky is no limit for space consultant Vinita Marwaha, who is keen for young women interested in STEM to have role models.

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New age of astronomy begins as existence of gravitational waves confirmed

Feb 11, 2016 03:37 pm

We knew it was coming, but the news doesn’t get any better than this for astronomers as the discovery of gravitational waves has officially been accepted by the wider scientific community.

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