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Canaries in the coal mine: an inclusion parable

Jul 06, 2016 03:42 pm

Investor Adam Quinton spoke at Inspirefest last week as part of the Investors section, where he took part in a two-hander keynote asking ‘where are the women in VC?’ alongside Claudia Iannazzo of Pereg Ventures (see video below), and also spoke as part of the investors panel. Here he tells a tale to underline the importance of inclusion.

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No room for error as National Broadband Plan nears critical endgame

Jul 06, 2016 03:26 pm

“When this is built, Ireland will never have a fibre deficit ever again,” a Department of Communications official said yesterday. Those words encapsulate precisely why the stakes are so high and why the year ahead is critical for Ireland’s National Broadband Plan.

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Watch: Take a VR tour of the Arctic with an inquisitive polar bear cub

Jul 06, 2016 03:25 pm

Greenpeace has released a short VR, 360-degree video trip to the Arctic, taking in plenty of ice, a lounging seal and a cute little polar bear cub.

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ESGI hackathon challenges researchers to build code for artificial pancreas

Jul 06, 2016 01:58 pm

When it comes to solving some of the major engineering and software problems that exist within major industries, it’s sometimes worth stepping back and getting a fresh perspective, as is the case at this week’s European Study Group with Industry (ESGI) event.

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IDA reports bumper H1 with 9k new jobs, but warns of Brexit wounds

Jul 06, 2016 12:58 pm

Ireland retained its crown as one of the strongest performers for foreign direct investment (FDI) in Europe and in the first half of this year IDA Ireland recorded 9,100 new jobs were announced. But IDA also warned that Brexit may have a dampening effect on FDI globally.

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Huawei removes promo that used Canon camera, not P9

Jul 06, 2016 12:48 pm

Huawei’s marketing work for its new camera-heavy P9 premium smartphone has hit the skids somewhat, after a photo not taken by the phone was used in a promotion.

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BMS continues biopharma spending spree with Cormorant deal

Jul 06, 2016 11:21 am

Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) has acquired Cormorant Pharmaceuticals, a company focused on drugs to treat cancer sufferers, in what is its second major move in the sector this year.

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Deezer deal is music to Three users’ ears

Jul 06, 2016 11:02 am

Mobile operator Three has revealed a new partnership with one of the world’s largest music-streaming platforms, Deezer, which will give existing and new Three users instant free access to the music service for six months.

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Is Nintendo planning a controller for smartphones and tablets?

Jul 06, 2016 10:39 am

A bit of a late entry into the smart-device market, Nintendo has so far liked what it has seen. So much so, in fact, that it may start building some hardware to complement the mobile industry.

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Despite a lack of water, Saturn’s Titan could harbour life

Jul 06, 2016 09:55 am

We often think that water is the minimum requirement for life to occur on Earth, or any planet, for that matter, but new research suggests Saturn’s waterless moon, Titan, could still harbour life.

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