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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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...