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Researchers find new answer to origin of the rings of Saturn

Nov 15, 2016 03:51 pm

How did Saturn’s distinctive ring form? Researchers from Tokyo Institute of Technology are now suggesting that the icy halo was formed from several thousand Pluto-sized objects.

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It’s time for young researchers to have a voice

Nov 15, 2016 03:50 pm

When we’re shaping the future of science and research, a key component is the scientists and researchers of the future. Shane Bergin of the School of Education in University College Dublin says governments need to include young researchers in any plans and strategies to improve future conditions. After all, they will be the most affected.

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Vodafone Ireland to invest €250m in Gigabit Society transformation

Nov 15, 2016 03:45 pm

Vodafone is planning to invest €250m in 2016 and 2017 in a network and IT transformation programme to deliver its plan for the Gigabit society.

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Chinese group shows $1bn interest in IDG acquisition

Nov 15, 2016 03:07 pm

Technology publishing giant International Data Group (IDG) is currently the subject of $1bn interest from a Chinese investor group.

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How materials science is forging a new path in medicine

Nov 15, 2016 12:11 pm

At Inspirefest 2016 during the summer, Sinéad Kenny, co-founder of DiaNia Technologies, discussed the importance of materials science – medicine will never be the same again.

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New wearable terahertz scanner could revolutionise medicine

Nov 15, 2016 11:56 am

A team of Japanese researchers have developed a new wearable terahertz scanning device that could open the door to a whole new range of uses in medicine, industry and security.

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Black Friday deals: Where are the best early offers?

Nov 15, 2016 10:56 am

As Black Friday and Cyber Monday near, several online retailers are readying their offers. We’ve listed the latest deals here.

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Report suggests evangelical IoT predictions are a ‘triumph of hope over reality’

Nov 15, 2016 10:12 am

Contrary to a number of predictions on the exponential growth of the internet of things (IoT), a new report from IDTechEx suggests that the opposite is the case, and the result of “bubble pushing” by the industry.

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10 women whose passion for science is out of this world

Nov 15, 2016 08:50 am

With no comprehensible knowledge of how big the universe is, or even if there is only one, there are endless possibilities to discover about space. So who’s at the top of their game when it comes to astronomical scientific breakthroughs?

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Leaders’ Insights: Karl McDermott, Three Ireland

Nov 15, 2016 08:40 am

Karl McDermott has been the head of ICT at Three Ireland for over two years.

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