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ACIA CEO Challenge: Teaching interns how to juggle

Sep 30, 2016 03:52 pm

Internships get a bad rap. There is a perception that interns just fetch coffee and do busy work. At the Aon Centre for Innovation and Analytics, that’s far from the case.

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€10m in capital grants announced for Irish institutes of technology

Sep 30, 2016 03:50 pm

The Irish Government has announced plans to roll out €10m in capital grants to the country’s institutes of technology to attempt to address any critical infrastructure and ICT shortcomings.

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The five-minute CIO: Brad Brooks, DocuSign

Sep 30, 2016 03:34 pm

“If the last decade was the decade of the app, the next decade is certainly going to be the decade of the API,” said Brad Brooks, head of engineering, product and marketing at DocuSign.

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Getting to the heart of probing questions at Science Gallery

Sep 30, 2016 03:17 pm

As Science Gallery hosts Probe at Trinity College Dublin this evening, Claire O’Connell caught up with co-ordinator Dr Mairéad Hurley.

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How did our teeth evolve? A 3D printed fish fossil might have a clue

Sep 30, 2016 02:42 pm

By analysing a 3D print of a 400m-year-old fish fossil, Australian researchers believe they will find a big clue as to the evolutionary origin of our own teeth.

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Irish SMEs ever the optimists with job creation expected soon

Sep 30, 2016 01:43 pm

A major survey of SMEs throughout the world has revealed Irish businesses are some of the most optimistic around. They want to expand soon, too.

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6 new Northern Ireland start-ups inventing the future

Sep 30, 2016 01:41 pm

Winners of the 2016 Invent Awards represent the latest promising innovations coming out of Northern Ireland.

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Career Zoo companies reveal roles they’re looking to fill

Sep 30, 2016 12:13 pm

Some of the companies attending Career Zoo have revealed the various positions they’re seeking applications for at the organisers’ final event of the year.

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How to snag the graduate job of your dreams

Sep 30, 2016 12:13 pm

It’s graduate job season, with tech companies around the world opening their doors to recent graduates of IT fields. Hays offers up some tips for finding the graduate programme that’s right for you.

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Nintendo to release Famicom Mini retro console, but only in Japan

Sep 30, 2016 11:32 am

Just a few months after announcing the NES Classic Edition retro console, Nintendo is giving its compatriots exclusive access to a new console: the Famicom Mini.

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