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Engineers Ireland Excellence Awards Shortlist Announced

From flood relief schemes to parklands, castle conservations and an airport control tower, Engineers Ireland, the professional membership body for engineers in Ireland, today revealed the 32 engineering projects shortlisted ...
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University College Dublin Takes Steps to Enhance Gender Equality for Staff and Students

University College Dublin (UCD) today announced that the UCD School of Medicine, UCD School of Biology and Environmental Science and UCD College of Engineering and Architecture (made up of a ...
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TG4 Nominated for an SEAI Energy Award

TG4 Nominated for an SEAI Energy Award; the winners of which will be announced on October 16th. TG4 has been announced as a finalist in the Sustainable Energy Authority of ...
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Capital foundations getting stronger, but more attention needed on climate and education: Engineers Ireland reaction to Budget 2020

With just 18% of engineers believing that Ireland’s overall infrastructure is in good condition with capacity for future development, Engineers Ireland today welcomed the €800 million increase in capital expenditure ...
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Diagnostic Blood Test to Predict Onset of Diabetic Kidney Disease One Step Closer to Launch Across Europe

Pictured at NovaUCD, the Centre for New Ventures and Entrepreneurs is Professor Stephen Pennington, Founder, and CSO, Atturos. Proteomics International Laboratories Ltd (Proteomics International; ASX: PIQ), a medical technology company ...
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myStudyPal Announces UK Expansion and Releases New Version of Study Planning App

myStudyPal (www.myStudyPal.app) which has developed a web and mobile app that enables Junior and Leaving Certificate students to create a personal and fully flexible study timetable in minutes, today announced ...
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CAO – Continued increase in demand for engineering courses welcome

As skill shortages continue, Engineers Ireland welcomes a 10% increase in the number of students receiving a Round One offer to study a Level 8 engineering course Engineers Ireland has ...
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Engineers Ireland welcomes strong growth in engineering and construction-related subjects

“The ability to understand and work with maths and science subjects is invaluable for future engineers.  Knowledge of these subjects is vital to understanding and addressing global challenges, such as ...
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TG4 welcomes new Broadcasting (Amendment) Bill 2019

TG4 has welcomed the Broadcasting (Amendment) Bill 2019 which has been published today by Richard Bruton TD, Minister for Communications, Climate Action, and Environment. Speaking today after the announcement TG4 ...
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Equilume Announces Expansion of US Sales Team

Equilume, an Irish biotech company offering lighting solutions for the international equine industry, today announced the expansion of its USA team, to meet significant new sales opportunities identified in the ...
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United Nations Technology Labs (UNTIL) Convenes Panel on Open Source

The Intellectual Property and Open Source Advisory Panel of the United Nations Technology Labs (UNTIL) convened its first meeting this week on the campus of Aalto University in Espoo, Finland ...
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Engineers to play central role in Climate Action Plan

Engineers Ireland, the professional membership body for engineers in Ireland, has welcomed the ‘Climate Action Plan 2019 To Tackle Climate Breakdown’ which contains over 180 priority actions aiming to provide ...
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Ahead of International Women in Engineering Day, Engineers Ireland calls on students to consider CAO options

As the CAO Change of Mind deadline approaches and in advance of International Women in Engineering Day on Sunday, 23 June, Engineers Ireland has renewed its call for Leaving Certificate ...
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Start-up Programme for Young Entrepreneurs Kicks-Off at NovaUCD

An intensive 4-week mentoring programme, as part of University College Dublin’s (UCD) 2019 Start-Up Stars Programme, kicked-off today at NovaUCD with seven (7) early-stage ventures and a total of 18 ...
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Pluralsight Empowers Teams to Find and Share Knowledge with Pluralsight Q&A

Pluralsight, Inc. (NASDAQ: PS), the enterprise technology skills platform, today at Pluralsight LIVE Europe 2019 unveiled Q&A, a secure repository within the platform for team members to ask questions, connect with the right ...
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Over 450 Transition Year Students set to engineer their future at third-level institutions nationwide

Over 450 Transition Year students are set to take part in Engineers Ireland’s Engineering Your Future programme at 11 third-level institutions across Ireland throughout the month of May. With over ...
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Royal College of Physicians of Ireland to Work with TestReach to Transform Management of its Exams

TestReach providers of innovative technology that allows any exam to be created and run online, today announced that the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (RCPI) is now working with the ...
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Digital Picnic is coming to the Southeast – June 20th 2019

Southeast Digital Picnic is an exciting new digital marketing conference event coming to Wexford this Summer! This BBQ Picnic themed event is the first of its kind in Ireland and ...
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Aviation Thought Leader and Author Backs Travacoin

Travacoin, which has developed a payment platform that enables airlines to save time and money by using a blockchain-based token for refunds and compensation, has today announced Shashank Nigam, a ...
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University College Dublin Physicist Member of International Team which Uses Asteroid to Measure Smallest Star Size in the Night Sky to Date

Scientists of the VERITAS Collaboration, including a University College Dublin (UCD) physicist, Associate Professor John Quinn, who is the VERITAS spokesperson, have today published a paper in the Nature Astronomy journal ...
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