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Queen’s researchers pin origins of heavy metals on neutron star collision

Researchers at Queen’s University Belfast claim to have identified the origin of some of the heavier elements of the universe by analyzing the results of a neutron star collision.
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Published 24/06/2022

NUI Galway chosen to host new EU supercomputer

The NUI Galway supercomputer is one of five new machines being deployed in the EU, with the first European exascale model being hosted in Germany.
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Published 24/06/2022

Monaghan battery storage project goes live after €25m investment

A new €25m battery storage project is now operational in Lisdrum, Co Monaghan to help maintain stability in Ireland’s power grid.
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Published 24/06/2022

AstraZeneca to invest €65m in biologic manufacturing, research and development in Ireland

Alexion, AstraZeneca’s Rare Disease group, today announced a €65 million investment in new and enhanced capabilities across its sites in College Park, Blanchardstown and Monksland Industrial Park, Athlone. The programme will centre on three investments: the installation of new drug substance production equipment and warehousing facilities to support ambient and cold storage at both sites in College Park and Athlone; and the construction of a Manufacturing Sciences & Technology Lab at College Park.
3 minute read
Published 24/06/2022

VMware boosts Irish presence with commitment to 200+ new hires by 2025 in Dublin

VMware is extending its presence in Dublin with a commitment to recruit 205 new technologists by 2025. To drive further global innovation around its multi-cloud platform and the way businesses consume cloud services, VMware will draw on Ireland’s highly skilled workforce, including engineers, project managers and graduate-level developers, and has appointed Andrei Grigoriev, Vice President of Engineering to lead the team in Ireland.
4 minute read
Published 16/06/2022

Park Place Technologies Bolsters Ireland Tech Investment

Park Place Technologies, the world’s largest global data centre and networking optimisation firm, has opened its long-awaited Support & Operations Centre at Blarney Business Park, Cork.
5 minute read
Published 13/06/2022

Govt and IDA Ireland welcomes news that TikTok is to create a further 1,000 new jobs

IDA Ireland, together with Taoiseach Michéal Martin and Tánaiste Leo Varadkar welcomed the news that TikTok is to hire an additional 1,000 workers.
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Published 10/06/2022

UCD-led research finds potential treatment for advanced eye cancer

The team said their research could help improve treatment options for advanced uveal melanoma, which currently has a poor survival rate.
Published 30/05/2022