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Picture above: PPD worker. Image courtesy of https://www.ppd.com/blog/establishing-a-microbiology-program/ PPD, Inc. (Nasdaq: PPD), a leading global contract research organisation, is expanding its Athlone, Ireland, GMP (good manufacturing practices) laboratory, significantly increasing the size of its current facility and adding cell and gene therapy testing to the
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Image courtesy of monaghantourism.com Waterways Ireland Welcomes Taoiseach’s €6 Million Ulster Canal Announcement An Taoiseach Micheál Martin TD, has announced in conjunction with Heather Humphreys, Minister for Rural and Community Development, €6 million of funding for Waterways Ireland to enable the completion of phase two of the restoration of the Ulster Canal.
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Not all clouds are the same. There are different ways to deliver cloud services. How exactly do the different models ultimately differ? Simply put, cloud computing is the delivery of computing services—including servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics, and intelligence—over the Internet (“the cloud”) to offer faster innovation, flexible resources, and
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Joe O’Brien TD, Minister of State at the Department of Rural and Community Development and Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan TD have today announced the launch of a three-year pilot initiative for the provision of high quality upcycled bicycles and e-bikes for those on low incomes and/or those who are most marginalised and disadvantaged. Funding […]
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The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien TD, has welcomed the support of regulations to assist restaurants and cafés at the Oireachtas Committee today. The two sets of regulations which received cross party support include the Planning and Development Act 2000 (Exempted Development) (No. 3) Regulations 2021, which concerns planning
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Image courtesy www.evolusioninnovation.com Offsite construction has been becoming more prevalent in the construction industry, as it brings many advantages over traditional on-site construction methods. It refers to planning, designing, fabricating, and assembling building elements at a different location from where they will be permanently installed. Offsite construction
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Despite awareness of the issue during Covid-19 pandemic, few firms have implemented a ‘Right to Disconnect’ policy for their staff, leaving them open to costly legal action. Only one in five Irish companies (20pc) have a ‘Right to Disconnect’ policy in place while 80pc do not. According to the 2021 Leaders Talent Report by Principal Connections – […]
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Picture above: Minister for Transport, Eamon Ryan T.D. Image courtesy of Twitter via @EamonRyan Minister for Transport, Eamon Ryan T.D. has today announced the opening of a new €15 million ‘Additional Outdoor Infrastructure Fund’ to help ensure a Safe Outdoor Summer. The funding will support local authorities in enhancing outdoor urban space and improving walking […]
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Innowatts, the leading artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled SaaS platform for global energy providers, today announces plans to create more than 40 new energy transition jobs to drive its European expansion. The company, which has operated in Europe since 2019, sees enormous potential to empower electricity suppliers and grid operators to gain unrivalled insights that will