• Technology Conference 2022
January 24, 2022
The Technology Conference 2022 takes place on 26 January from 9.30am-1-pm.   The theme of this year’s Technology Conference is “Embracing the Cloud” and will combine high impact technology and Cloud related updates with professional and commercial insights from industry leading speakers. This conference will also incorporate two streams for the mid-morning session: Practice and Business/Technology

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  • Making Robots Work in the Real World with AI
DCU IEEE Student Branch is hosting Making Robots Work in the Real World with AI, an Expert talk by Niamh Donnelly, the co-founder of Akara Robotics, a robotics and AI spinout company.   Making Robots Work in the Real World with AI   Register here   In this talk, Niamh will discuss the journey of

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  • GMIT Digital West Conference Spotlights Cybersecurity
This year’s GMIT Digital West conference takes place on Tuesday 25 January 2022 from 10am until 1pm. The event will bring together leaders in public and private sector organisations along with academics to discuss cybersecurity.   The event is fully online on https://digitalwest.biz/   The free event will be opened by GMIT President Dr Orla Flynn

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  • https://www.courses.ie/course-category/cybersecurity/site/evening-classes/
Cyber Skills is looking for applicants for this years World Skills Ireland Cyber Security Competition.   Do you have what it takes to be a Cyber Security world skills champion?   Applicants must be:   Aged between 18-26? (born in 1996 or younger) Studying or working on the island of Ireland Interested in Cyber Security

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  • Choose a STEM Career
January 10, 2022
In 2021, ten graduates from the University of Limerick made a mini documentary, answering questions about their decision to choose a STEM career, how they got there and what opportunities they have availed of along the way Choose a STEM Career Video One: Get to know us  Video Two: Choosing a STEM course –  Video

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  • Bio-printed Steaks
January 4, 2022
 MeaTech 3D Ltd. has revealed that it has succeeded in bioprinting a 3.67 oz (104-gram) cultivated steak. The steak is primarily composed of cultivated real fat and muscle cells. The company believes this is an important milestone toward the goal of scaled production of cultivated bio-printed steaks.   MeaTech 3D develops an alternative to industrialized

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