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[Silicon Republic] NEWS ALERTS 07/12/2016 12:00

12pm 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 07/12/2016 edition:

Leaving Ireland for adventure, coming home for family and BMS

Jul 12, 2016 11:50 am

Many people – at one point or another in their life – get a yen for adventure. A desire to push at the boundaries of their life and try something radically different. For Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) instrument and calibration lead Derek Murtagh, that desire took him to Australia. BMS and his girlfriend brought him back.

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IWEA claims wind energy saved €70m in energy imports in 2016 so far

Jul 12, 2016 11:07 am

The Irish Wind Energy Association (IWEA) is claiming that Ireland’s increased wind energy capacity has saved the country €70m in energy imports so far in 2016.

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Curiosity Mars rover recovers from mystery camera complication

Jul 12, 2016 10:35 am

Following the surprise of Curiosity Mars rover self-initiating ‘safe mode’, the Red Planet’s most famous inhabitant is now back to its best.

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Bizarre ‘Frankenstein’ galaxy spotted in unlikely place

Jul 12, 2016 08:58 am

In a part of the universe once overlooked for being relatively humdrum, a team of astronomers has now spotted a giant and bizarre galaxy with ‘Frankenstein’-like qualities.

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‘The notion of a set career is scarcely relevant in the 21st century,’ says Deezer VP

Jul 12, 2016 08:50 am

Streaming services like Deezer are becoming ubiquitous in modern life. Pick up your phone and you likely have at least one streaming app on your home screen.

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Seagate to cut 6,500 jobs worldwide as PC market continues to slide

Jul 12, 2016 08:28 am

Fears of job cuts at storage giant Seagate’s operations in Northern Ireland have been stoked, as it has emerged that Seagate plans to cut an additional 6,500 positions worldwide by the end of 2017 because of a slump in the PC market.

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Multivitamins for expectant mothers are ‘unnecessary expense’

Jul 12, 2016 08:13 am

New research into the effectiveness of multivitamins and mineral supplements aimed at expectant mothers has revealed that, in almost all cases, they’re completely unnecessary.

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Tesla to be investigated by SEC over fatal crash disclosure

Jul 12, 2016 07:58 am

Elon Musk’s electric carmaker Tesla is to be scrutinised by the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) over whether it failed to disclose details about a crash that occurred while one of its cars was in autopilot mode.

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Which is the most reliable mobile network in Ireland? New report reveals all

Jul 12, 2016 07:39 am

An independent report into the quality of mobile network providers has found Vodafone and Eir Meteor to be performing better than Three around Ireland.

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Panic on the streets over as Pokémon Go creator dispels security risk fears

Jul 12, 2016 07:11 am

Just as Pokémon Go took America by storm, another storm raged overnight as it emerged users on iOS devices had inadvertently handed out permissions for their entire Google account to Niantic Labs. But now, the game’s creator Niantic Labs has moved to dispel fears.

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