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New research looking into the origin of Mars’ two weird moons suggests they are not cosmic visitors after all, but mostly home-grown.
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The vegetation in Antarctica is succumbing to damage caused by climate change, according to researchers from the University of Wollongong in Australia.
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The Tyndall National Institute in Cork has secured record funding worth €7m from Europe, with a number of projects be expanded.
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The world’s most widely used herbicide may be taking a toll on the health of honeybees.
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From biohacking to curing cancer, Robert Chapman of Goldsmiths, University of London, believes we are unprepared for the genetic revolution.
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Ireland has the expertise to mastermind global distribution, but what else does it need to win at advanced manufacturing and close the gap between invention and delivery?
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The Government and engineers working on EIRSAT-1 have confirmed the satellite has completed a major milestone as it prepares for space.
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Japan’s space agency has managed to surpass ESA’s achievement of landing a craft on an asteroid by landing two rovers on another.
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The Embassy of France in Ireland is welcoming submissions for creative projects from all disciplines for its upcoming climate change event.
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Scientists at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine say they have discovered new insights into social behaviour by giving MDMA to octopuses.
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