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The Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin T.D., announced funding of €560,000 through Culture Ireland for the global promotion of Irish arts in 2021 and early 2022. The funding is to support 56 projects presenting Irish dance, film, literature, music, theatre and the visual arts worldwide. Announcing the awards Minister […]
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Climate change’s negative impacts are already being felt on farms, but the problem also works in reverse as agriculture is a major part of the climate problem currently generating over 20% of total greenhouse gas emissions. The need to develop climate smart agri-practices is greater than ever. STARGATE research project develops a breakthrough, multiscale and holistic […]
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UCD has launched its quantum research centre to untangle our greatest challenges. Centre director Dr Andrew Mitchell says quantum computing can tackle the issues that are too complex for classical computers. University College Dublin (UCD) launched the new quantum research centre to help solve the unsolvable. The Centre for Quantum Engineering, Science & Technology, or
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Author: Roland Cloutier, Global Chief Security Officer, TikTok Date: July 27, 2021, 00.01 BST  When people use TikTok, we know they’re entrusting us with their data, and we take our duty to protect that data very seriously. That’s why, in developing our platform, security is built-in from the start.  Our Global Security Organisation operates a ‘follow the
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The Taoiseach, Micheál Martin, has opened Ireland’s single largest Solar Farm. Developed in a joint venture by Lilly and Enerpower, the 16-acre facility will help power a significant proportion of the Lilly plant at its Dunderrow site (near Kinsale) with sustainable energy. The ground-mounted Solar Farm will produce up to 5.6MW of power allowing Lilly to […]