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Astronomers Publish New Map of the Sky Detecting Thousands of Previously Unknown Galaxies – Irish Tech News

An international team of more than 200 astronomers from 18 countries, including researchers from University College Dublin (UCD), has today published the first phase of
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UL’s Irish Composites Centre wins funding to tackle scourge of Plastic Waste – Irish Tech News

Researchers at the Irish Composites Centre (IComp), in University of Limerick’s Bernal Institute, have developed a solution for the conversion of waste plastic bottles into high-performance composites
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Zeeko Develops Novel Virtual Reality Training Lesson for Primary School Children to Address Issue of Bullying – Irish Tech News

Zeeko, an Irish EdTech company, in its 2018 Trend Report, which involved a survey of over 35,800 children, found that between 10% and 13% of
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ADAPT announces sixteen new two year Elite S fellowships – Irish Tech News

The ADAPT Research Centre has announced Elite S, a new programme that will offer sixteen fellowships in the areas of regulations and compliance, content analytics
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Study Finds Wearable Electronic Device May Reduce Mobility Issues in Parkinson’s Disease – Irish Tech News

Engineers and scientists at NUI Galway in collaboration with clinical professionals from NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (NHSGGC) have carried out a clinical study which
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DCU researchers central to solving cosmic riddle on the birth of massive black holes in the early universe – Irish Tech News

Researchers from Dublin City University’s Centre for Astrophysics and Relativity (CfAR) have been centrally involved in a major breakthrough with the discovery of a new
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Sheryl Sandberg Visits Anti-Bullying Training and Confirms Facebook’s Commitment to Tackle Bullying on it’s Platforms – Irish Tech News

Monday 21 January: Today, Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg, visited Dublin City University’s (DCU) St. Patrick’s campus in Drumcondra to discuss the issue of bullying and
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DCU launches new Centre for Digital Business – Irish Tech News

A new research centre focussing on digital technologies and their transformation of business has been launched at Dublin City University. The Irish Institute for Digital Business (IIDB)
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Funding success for DCU research in optical technologies and aquatic pollution – Irish Tech News

The formal announcement that two early stage DCU researchers have today won significant Government funding has been warmly welcomed by DCU President, Prof. Brian MacCraith.