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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 06/13/2016 edition:

18 researchers guaranteed to broaden your definition of the word

Jun 13, 2016 08:50 am

Yes, it’s a small sample size, but the results are unmistakable: research spans an incredible range of interests and disciplines, thanks to the broad interests and endless curiosity of those that drive it.

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Medical device maker Surmodics to bring 100 new jobs to Galway

Jun 13, 2016 07:55 am

Galway’s medical device cluster is to be given a boost with the news that US medical devices company Surmodics is to create 100 new jobs in the region as part of a €10m investment in R&D.

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10 ways to fix Europe’s broken start-up to scale-up system

Jun 13, 2016 07:36 am

Throwing money at a wall and seeing if any of it sticks is not the solution to Europe’s start-up to scale-up dilemma and the European Digital Forum has revealed a 10-point plan to fix Europe’s broken ‘funding escalator.’

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UK braces itself for a major digital skills crisis

Jun 13, 2016 07:02 am

Not only does the UK face a digital skills crisis with almost 13m adults lacking basic digital skills but the spectre of digital exclusion in social and economic affairs is becoming real, a Commons Science and Technology Committee warned.

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Start-up of the week: MyMoodandMe

Jun 13, 2016 06:45 am

Our start-up of the week is MyMoodandMe, an online service set up by a team of healthcare professionals designed to improve your mental and physical health.

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Weekend takeaway: 10 tech stories you need to read right now

Jun 10, 2016 06:08 pm

Ten nuggets of knowledge to take away for the weekend, including: Dublin the world's scale-up capital; data centre jobs for Cork; Euro doodles.

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Irish jobs market succumbs to Brexit fears in slow month

Jun 10, 2016 05:55 pm

The UK votes later this month to decide whether to stay in the EU or to leave. There have been rumblings about how the Brexit decision will affect Ireland, but we’re beginning to see the effects already.

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‘Dublin is the world’s scale-up capital,’ says HubSpot CEO Brian Halligan

Jun 10, 2016 05:05 pm

If Dublin plays its cards right, it could be second only to Silicon Valley, not for actual scale, but for the ability to scale-up. That’s the view of HubSpot CEO and co-founder Brian Halligan who, after only three years in the city, is expanding his Dublin operation to 500 people.

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Deloitte opens ‘office of the future’ in Galway, highlights open positions

Jun 10, 2016 04:57 pm

Deloitte has officially opened its ‘office of the future’ in Galway, a venture initially announced in September of last year.

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Watch the bizarre attempt by an AI to write a sci-fi film

Jun 10, 2016 03:37 pm

AI is threatening to take over our jobs, from finance to healthcare, but if the latest short film written by an AI algorithm is anything to go by, screenwriters are safe for some time yet.

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