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Science research in Ireland – what’s new?

It seems that research in Ireland has been enjoying something of an upward trajectory for the past while. This is especially true when it comes to the sciences. Consider, for instance, the launch of the Bernal Project at the University … Continue reading

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The Reel Deal – Galway stakes its claim as a City of Film

They say that there is no time like the present, and now might well be a good time to get enrolled on a Film course. Why? Because Galway is set to become Ireland’s first – and only the world’s third … Continue reading

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The silver linings of Cloud Computing

Cloud growth is rarely something that we welcome here in Ireland, but when it comes to Cloud Computing, well that’s a different story. It seems that smaller businesses are particularly enchanted by the Cloud: according to this year’s Microsoft Cloud … Continue reading

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Eye on the prize: The values of Psychological insight

Taking large-scale preventative measures against crime (e.g. the widespread use of CCTV) cost a lot of money. So too do crime’s destructive consequences, court proceedings, and the eventual punitive measures it requires. This is all so that people can enjoy … Continue reading

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