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Dublin Book Festival is excited to bring three new and exciting events to screens this Autumn. They’ll be hosting events to celebrate the launch of three spectacular books.  Bestselling author Cecelia Ahern will join them on 4th September to talk to Sam Blake about her new novel ‘Freckles’, life as an Irish writer, and her continued […]
Business Education News Technology
Ireland will play a significant part in plans to establish a new master’s degree course across Europe that will be ethics-focused on issues around AI. CeADAR, Ireland’s national centre for applied data analytics and AI based at University College Dublin (UCD) will collaborate with three other ‘centres of excellence’ across the four corners of Europe to deliver […]
Education News Transport
The Road Safety Authority (RSA), An Garda Síochána, Horse Sport Ireland (HSI) & Horse Racing Ireland (HRI) have launched a horse road safety appeal to make road users aware of the potential dangers of horses on the road and how to deal with these dangers. They have offered the following tips for road users and […]
Education News
University College Cork (UCC) has appointed Professor John O’Halloran as the sixteenth President of the University with effect from 30 August 2021. Professor O’Halloran has been Interim President since September 2020, leading the University through the unprecedented challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. Prior to his appointment as President of UCC, Professor O’Halloran
Education Health News Podcasts
Photo by Mufid Majnun on Unsplash In this weeks podcast we had the pleasure of being joined by none other than Theresa Lowry-Lehnen. Theresa is a Specialist Practitioner in General Practice Nursing, Registered Nurse Prescriber (RNP) and is a Teacher of Science and Nursing Studies.  Theresa has also published a number of books and medical journal articles, is […]
Education News Tourism
A new suite of third-level education programmes has been launched to encourage the retention and recruitment of talent for the tourism and hospitality sector. Recent research from Fáilte Ireland indicates that almost one in four staff employed this summer are expected to be new to the tourism industry therefore a focus on training and upskilling […]
Education News Technology
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
Culture Education News
Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth, Roderic O’Gorman TD, and Minister of State for Disabilities, Anne Rabbitte TD, have launched a ‘Personal Creativity Competition’ for disability service users. As part of the supports provided to adults with disabilities through the health and personal social service, people with disabilities are offered