• 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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  •  Call for Papers for Cyber Research Conference
Academics, students and professionals working in the tech sector are being invited to participate in Ireland’s first Cyber Research Conference.   Call for Papers (downloadable PDF document)   The Cyber Research Conference Ireland takes place on April 25th, 2022 – GMIT, Galway   The conference will focus on both practical and theoretical aspects of cyber security, privacy, trust

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  • CESICON 2022
December 10, 2021
CESICON is the annual conference of the Computers in Education Society of Ireland (CESI). CESICON 2022, will take place on Saturday 5th March online. The theme for the conference is “Reimagining – Learning After the Pandemic Experience” and the call for proposals is now open.   CESI was founded in 1973 and has continued to

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  • Virgin Media Ireland Upgrade National Fibre Network
Virgin Media Ireland are set to upgrade their broadband National Fibre Network to full fibre, commencing in early 2022. The company also revealed it has already successfully piloted a fibre upgrade of 500 premises, delivering speeds of up to 10Gbps (Gigabits per second), with the plan now to extend to 1 million premises nationwide. The

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  • 29th Technology Ireland Industry Awards Shortlist
The shortlist for the 29th Technology Ireland Industry Awards has been announced. Technology Ireland, alongside platinum sponsors EY Ireland, gold sponsors Fidelity Investments, Workhuman and Enterprise Ireland praised the mix of indigenous Irish-owned companies and international FDI companies and the quality of the entries highlighted the vibrancy of the Irish tech sector.   The winners of

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  • CATTLEEYE WINS KPMG TECH INNOVATOR IN IRELAND
CattleEye has been announced as the winner of the inaugural KPMG Tech Innovator in Ireland. They will now take on the global stage representing Ireland at the Web Summit 2021 in Lisbon in November.   CattleEye is a Belfast-founded company harnessing the capabilities of advanced AI in video analytics to deliver the world’s first academically

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  • Women in Technology - Company Award
The Women in Technology – Company Award will recognise a company which has demonstrated a strong commitment to attracting, retaining and developing women across its workforce. Women are under-represented in the technology sector with only 19% of women employed in technology companies or in ICT roles in other industries. However a strong representation of women

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Industry 4.0 Skillnet is offering a series of free webinars on how industry 4.0 is set to revolutionise industry across Ireland. This series is presented by a resident team of experts as well as Industry 4.0 Skillnet’s partners in industry. The Industry 4.0 and the Digital Transformation programme begins September 14th 2021 and runs every

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  • Dublin Ranked Third in Tech Cities of the Future
Dublin has been rated as the third top tech city in Europe, according to the latest Tech Cities of the Future report.   The list was compiled from data collected, analysed and ranked for 76 cities across 31 European countries under five categories: Cost Effectiveness, Economic Potential, FDI Performance, Innovation & Attractiveness and Start-Up Environment.

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  • What is a Ransomware Attack?
On Friday, 14th May 2021 The HSE were victims of a significant ransomware attack on some of its IT systems overnight. As reported earlier today, the IT systems remains shut down, So what is a Ransomware Attack? How does it happen? What Happens Next?   Ransomware is a form of Cyber Attack, which is is an

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