Galway

Why this Galway hurler is excited by the county’s tech ecosystem

John Hanbury of Storm Technology explains how his hurling skills have helped his career as a software engineer. John Hanbury is a Galway hurler but, in his day-to-day job, he’s also a software engineer with Storm Technology. While his diverse passions might seem worlds apart, he has discovered that many of the technical and soft skills …

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12 sci-tech business influencers in Galway

A dozen influencers you need to know if you’re doing sci-tech business in Galway and the west of Ireland. This month, as Siliconrepublic.com focuses on Galway and Ireland’s west coast sci-tech scene, we’ve identified the need-to-know influencers in this space. From the areas of business and research to start-ups, investment and Government, these are a …

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How Galway became a global engineering destination

The engineering ecosystem of Galway and its environs has evolved significantly in recent years, attracting companies large and small. Galway long been revered as a cultural nucleus of the country. This is certainly not a characterisation it has ever shied away from. Yet for Mike Conroy, this association risks overshadowing one of the most compelling …

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Irish IoT start-up Davra receives funding from European Space Agency

Davra was one of three Irish companies awarded a share of €1.5m in co-funding from the European Space Agency. Irish IoT start-up Davra was recently awarded funding from the European Space Agency (ESA) Centre for Earth Observation. The Dublin-based company secured 50pc co-funding for a €570,000 project to develop an integrated satellite and distributed ground …

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Conference to Present Alternative Biofuels to Eliminate Waste Gas Emissions

NUI Galway will host the 8th International Conference on ‘Biotechniques for Air Pollution Control and Bioenergy’. This major international conference will focus on the topic of Waste Gas Treatment and will involve over 80 researchers from 20 countries around the world. It will take place at NUI Galway from the 28-30 August. New research from NUI …

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