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Really clever gel to treat brain aneurysms wins DCU award

Really clever gel to treat brain aneurysms wins DCU award

27 April 2017

A clever gel solution to help treat brain aneurysms finished top of the class at DCU’s innovation awards. Getting people to study science or technology is a necessity...

A sense of things to come: AmbiSense

A sense of things to come: AmbiSense

03 April 2017

AmbiSense, a Dublin City University spin-out focused on developing next generation sensor technologies for the environmental monitoring sector, has secured investment of €1 million to scale up and expand overseas. ...

Rain + Conker prevailed

Rain + Conker prevailed

23 March 2017

The 2nd annual New Frontiers Programme business competition concluded last week with Dundalk based Rain + Conker taking the €12,000 Prize. Founded by Amanda Kierans less than two years ago the...

Your data, your health: How we’re sensoring the human body

Your data, your health: How we’re sensoring the human body

21 March 2017

While most eras are defined by tools, and revolutions defined by industrial advancement, it’s perhaps even more true that various ages of humanity could be defined by the...

DCU researchers work on €4.6m cloud project

DCU researchers work on €4.6m cloud project

15 March 2017

‘Ireland plays an important role in the provisioning of cloud services through the various multinationals that host in or base their data centres in Ireland.’ Photograph: iStock Forget...

The Winner Takes It All - Business Competition

The Winner Takes It All - Business Competition

14 March 2017

For only the second time the DkIT/DCU New Frontiers Programme will host a business pitch competition when 5 finalists will go head to head to determine who will win a ...

News From The Frontier

News From The Frontier

14 March 2017

Final Call - DKIT/DCU New Frontiers Programme Phase 2 Open for Applications The New Frontiers Programme is aimed at supporting the establishment and growth of technology or knowledge intensive ventures...

Inspiring Innovation

Inspiring Innovation

09 March 2017

Inspiring Innovation in the next generation of entrepreneurs, Roisin Lyons, Lecturer of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Dublin City University What is your background? Originally from Macroom, Co. Cork I went to...

A joined-up approach to academic-industry collaboration

A joined-up approach to academic-industry collaboration

03 March 2017

LIFE SCIENCES Academic and research institutions are increasingly collaborating with industry say senior staff at Dublin City University (DCU) — but the trick is doing so effectively. “There'...

What is it like to work at the cutting edge of cancer research?

What is it like to work at the cutting edge of cancer research?

28 February 2017

Dr Denis Collins, National Institute for Cellular Biotechnology, Dublin City University. Image: Dublin City University   Scientific research is the driving force behind humankind’s advancement, but how much...