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DCU leading new €2m investigation into canal and river pollution

DCU leading new €2m investigation into canal and river pollution

01 August 2017

Dublin City University (DCU) is orchestrating a new €2m project to measure chemical contaminants in coastal and transitional waterways. Full story https://www.siliconrepublic.com/innovation/pollution-dcu-eu-research

Dundalk start-up Nova Leah secures deal with global medical player

Dundalk start-up Nova Leah secures deal with global medical player

18 July 2017

Dundalk-based start-up Nova Leah has won its first major international customer, Fresenius Medical Care, the world’s largest provider of dialysis products and services.   View full...

Dublin City University awarded Small Business Charter status

Dublin City University awarded Small Business Charter status

13 June 2017

The Small Business Charter recognises world-class business schools that play an effective role in supporting SMEs, student entrepreneurship and economic development. This award is in recognition of the effective role...

ESA and DCU partnership to fuel Irish innovation

ESA and DCU partnership to fuel Irish innovation

26 May 2017

The European Space Agency (ESA) and Dublin City University have joined forces to establish a Satcom IoT ‘Maker Space’, which will support the development of innovative Machine-to -Machine ...

DCU Business Matchmaker 2017

DCU Business Matchmaker 2017

22 May 2017

The third annual DCU Business Matchmaker and Research Showcase ​ took place in the Helix last week, giving companies the opportunity to meet with experts who are actively engaged in research...

M2M / IoT Maker-Space for Satellite Communications

M2M / IoT Maker-Space for Satellite Communications

15 May 2017

A call to arms for experts, hackers, companies, teams, satellite and ham radio enthusiasts, engineers, academics and makers. There are significant changes occurring in the development of terrestrial communications which...

DCU Professor to co-lead on new SFI funded research centre

DCU Professor to co-lead on new SFI funded research centre

11 May 2017

Science Foundation Ireland have confirmed that they will invest €72 million over the next six years in four new world-class SFI Research Centres in Ireland. One of the new SFI...

Minister Breen opens first Fraunhofer Project Centre in Ireland

Minister Breen opens first Fraunhofer Project Centre in Ireland

09 May 2017

Minister for Employment and Small Business, Pat Breen TD, today launched a Fraunhofer Project Centre (FPC) for Embedded BioAnalytical Systems at Dublin City University (DCU), following an investment of €2.5...

DCU’s business matchmaking event returning to The Helix

DCU’s business matchmaking event returning to The Helix

08 May 2017

DCU’s business matchmaking event returns for a third year, with the Helix hosting the get-together for companies and researchers. Dublin City University (DCU) is gearing up for its...

Spotlight on research: From folic acid to marine sensors

Spotlight on research: From folic acid to marine sensors

05 May 2017

This week's Spotlight on Research is with Dr Anne Parle-McDermott Senior Lecturer in Genetics, DCU School of Biotechnology You work on a tiny but important B-vitamin called...