Category Archives: Irish Research

How many Dublin’s are there in the United States?

To many living in Ireland there is only one Dublin but, in the US, Dublin can refer to not only one, two or three locations but as many as nine. We delve a little deeper into how they got their names. Continue reading

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Celebrate the works of Oscar Wilde in Galway

Galway City will be hosting a special festival to celebrate the great works of Ireland’s literary greats, Oscar Wilde, taking place between Friday and Sunday, 5th to 7th September 2014. Continue reading

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TEDx conference to return to Northern Ireland in September

Some of the world’s most influential thinkers and opinion leaders will be making the trip to Ireland as part of TEDx Stormont 2014 on the 5th September. Continue reading

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56th International Garden Centre Congress hosted by Ireland

Ireland is playing host to over 200 delegates from 22 countries as be part of the International Garden Centre Congress at the Carton House Hotel in County Kildare. Continue reading

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Apple CEO Tim Cook visits European headquarters in Cork

Tim Cook, CEO of global technology giants Apple, visited the company’s European headquarters in Cork to makes staff and see a newly completed extension to the facility. Continue reading

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Ireland tops Euro poll on Business Social Media usage

Ireland has the highest percentage of businesses using a formal social media policy according to Eurostat. Continue reading

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Ireland’s new supercomputer ‘Fionn’ launched

Ireland’s Minister for Research and Innovation Seán Sherlock TD, and the Irish Centre for High-End Computing (ICHEC) have announced Ireland’s newest supercomputer Continue reading

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