The Tech Talks Daily Podcast Shane Nolan from IDA Ireland joins the discussion about how the use of AI has evolved over the years and he shares his predictions for how it will continue to revolutionise business.
185 jobs in eight IDA Ireland high-growth companies Several high-growth tech companies will be hiring in Ireland, bringing 185 new jobs to Shannon, Galway, Dundalk, Cork and Dublin. READ MORE
Pfizer to manufacture Covid-19 vaccine drug substance in Ireland Pfizer is to invest $40m in the expansion of the Grange Castle site to start manufacturing the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine. READ MORE
PPD to expand GMP lab in Ireland, creating 180 new jobs
PPD is expanding its Athlone lab, increasing the size of its current facility and adding cell and gene therapy testing to the operation’s portfolio. READ MORE
Driving Recovery & Sustainable Growth 2021-2024 The global environment in which Ireland competes for foreign direct investment is constantly changing. As part of its new strategy, IDA Ireland plans to partner with clients for future growth through 170 RD&I and 130 training investments, to embrace the opportunities of a green recovery with 60 sustainability investments and to target a 20pc increase in client expenditure in Ireland to maximise FDI impact.
Irish-invented material shows fastest magnetic switching ever recorded
The record-breaking magnetic material could pave the way for a new generation of ultra-fast computers and data storage systems. READ MORE
Atlantic Bridge launches €80m fund for university spin-outs The new fund will support the scaling of research spin-outs into the next generation of international deep-tech companies.
Galway company Xerotech to develop battery safety tech for ESA
The technology design the ESA will use from the battery manufacturer is a critical safety requirement for future space missions. READ MORE
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