The Irish Times | January 2022 → 50 people to watch in 2022: The best young talent in Ireland
Spark Crowdfunding | Dec 2021 → Top 100 Most Ambitious Companies in Ireland 2022
Spark Crowdfunding - The Top 100 Most Ambitious Companies in Ireland 2022
Spark Crowdfunding are delighted to announce the Top 100 Most Ambitious Companies in Ireland for 2022. This year's programme attracted almost 200 nominations from throughout every county in Ireland. The winners highlight the thriving entrepreneurial environment across the island of Ireland, with sectors including finance, education, technology, consumer, leisure and healthcare all represented.
Silicon Republic | November 2021 → Stripe partners with Patch to find Ireland’s next John or Patrick Collison
Stripe partners with Patch to find Ireland's next John or Patrick Collison
With a six-figure funding boost from Stripe, the Patch summer accelerator will include science projects and possibly expand abroad. Stripe has signed a three-year partnership with Patch, the Irish summer accelerator for teenagers, to help find Ireland's next John or Patrick Collison.
Independent | November 2021 → 30 under 30: Young guns who are shooting for the stars
30 under 30: Young guns who are shooting for the stars
GREG TARR (18) Inferex reg Tarr is passionate about Artificial Intelligence (AI). He doesn't just use it, he builds the infrastructure needed for engineers to deploy it. The 18-year-old - who went straight from school in Bandon, Co Cork, to machine learning software engineering roles - set up Inferex last year to automate AI infrastructure and deployment.
Business Post | May 2021 → 30 under 30: The ones to watch
30 under 30: The ones to watch | Business Post
Comparing a payments platform with a business looking to help every student find a college is like comparing apples with Apple. Connected's 30 under 30 has, since its inception, had the mission of presenting a representative sample of the most interesting young people in tech in Ireland without trying to take such foolish measurements.
Silicon Republic | May 2021 → 10 innovators that start-up founders would most like to meet
10 innovators that start-up founders would most like to meet
We asked entrepreneurs which hero of science, technology and innovation they would most like to spend five minutes with. Here's what they said. Through our Start-up of the Week series, we speak to founders on a regular basis. We find out all about their start-ups and ambitious plans.
Silicon Republic | Dec 2020 → Teen entrepreneurs see success with code and mirrors
Teen entrepreneurs see success with code and mirrors
Mirr, a start-up turning the mirror into a smart device, emerged from this year's Patch accelerator for young entrepreneurs. Mirr is a tech start-up founded by two first-year engineering students, Alice Shaughnessy and Jack O'Regan Kenny.
Tech Central | Nov 2020 → Engineering students reflect on Science Week with new touchscreen technology
Engineering students reflect on Science Week with new touchscreen technology - TechCentral.ie
Engineering students Alice Shaughnessy (17) and Jack O'Regan Kenny (18), who recently founded the start-up Mirr, want to encourage extra-curricular STEM activities as part of Science Week 2020. At Mirr, the pair develop novel smart mirrors with patented touchscreen technology.
RTÉ | Aug 2020 → Monaghan student wins gold at international science fair and technology fair
Irish student wins gold at international science fair
A student representing Ireland has won the top prize at a virtual international science and technology fair. Ruth Madden, a student at Largy College in Clones, Co Monaghan, claimed the Gold Award in Physical and Engineering at the Hong Kong Global Youth Science and Technology Bowl.
RTÉ | Nov 2019 → Thousands turn out for Galway Science Festival
Thousands turn out for Galway Science Festival
Thousands of students and their families have been attending the Galway Science and Technology Festival at NUI Galway. The event is an opportunity to showcase the flourishing Med Tech hub in the west of Ireland and help promote careers in science.
Irish Times | Nov 2019 → Kerry student wins SciFest 2019 with ocean ‘dead zone’ combatting filter
Kerry student wins SciFest 2019 with ocean 'dead zone' combatting filter
A student who developed a biofilter to combat "dead zones" in oceans and freshwater, has been named overall winner of SciFest 2019. Timothy McGrath, a sixth year student from Killorglin Community College, Co Kerry, was one of a record 10,000 students to enter this year's an all- Ireland competition fostering interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths).
TheJournal.ie | Jan 2019 → Ever tried to reinvent the wheel? One Young Scientist is doing just that
Ever tried to reinvent the wheel? One Young Scientist is doing just that
It's a system called a emission-free omnidirectional magnetic driving system. Now, let's get our heads around that...