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[Silicon Republic] NEWS ALERTS 05/16/2016 09:00

9am News Alerts from Silicon RepublicSilicon 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 05/16/2016 edition:

Pfizer joins biopharma companies in banning use of drugs in executions

May 16, 2016 08:30 am

Pfizer has joined a growing list of pharmaceutical manufacturers banning the use of its drugs in executions, such as lethal injections, following an announcement made by the company.

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Irish chip firm Movidius could be the star of Google I/O

May 16, 2016 07:54 am

Chip technology developed by a Dublin-based start-up called Movidius is likely to be the enabling technology behind a raft of innovations revealed at Google’s tech shindig I/O this week (18-20 May), from Project Tango smartphones that can sense their environment to indoor mapping and autonomous drones.

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Conservatives, assemble! Facebook to host bi-partisan summit

May 16, 2016 07:48 am

After a week in which Facebook was accused of manipulating and supressing news from conservative sources, the social network has confirmed it is to host a summit with leading conservatives to air out any grievances.

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European Commission could be about to hit Google with massive €3bn fine

May 16, 2016 07:28 am

Alphabet-owned search giant Google faces a record anti-trust fine of around €3bn ($3.4bn) from the European Commission over allegations it promoted its shopping service in internet searches at the expense of rival searches.

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Start-up of the week: Wia

May 16, 2016 06:45 am

Our start-up of the week is Wia, an NDRC-based internet of things start-up that originated in Belfast and aims to provide makers with a platform to bring home and school projects to life.

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Map of Armageddon: a vision of the impact of nuclear war in 2016

May 14, 2016 10:35 am

The Future of Life Institute and Alex Wellerstein have created a frightening but compulsively fascinating interactive map of the fallout and damage if nuclear bombs were dropped on their targets in 2016.

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Is the dearth of digital education in Irish schools doing future tech talent a disservice?

May 13, 2016 05:28 pm

Ireland is one of Europe’s leading tech hubs, and some of the world’s best talent flocks here to work at the leading edge of tech development. A recent LinkedIn study shows a 36.1pc jump in software professionals migrating to Ireland.

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6 workplace rules that often annoy workers (infographic)

May 13, 2016 05:21 pm

Workplace rules and dress codes hit the headlines this week when a young woman revealed she had been sent home without pay from the temp job she showed up to for refusing to wear heels.

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Leaked EU document suggests backtracking on Netflix geoblocking removal

May 13, 2016 04:16 pm

With news that the EU is to introduce an anti-geoblocking law to allow viewing of region-specific Netflix et al content everywhere, a leaked document has revealed this may have been scaled back dramatically.

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Why we need to learn to love Irish research

May 13, 2016 03:51 pm

Irish Research Council chair Prof Jane Ohlmeyer tells us why we need to celebrate Irish research and give early-stage researchers our attention and enthusiasm.

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