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Autonomous Drone Tech helping Irish Defence

Autonomous Drone Tech helping Irish Defence

The Mistral Project Team consisting of Tyndall National Institute, Trinity College Dublin, Irish Defence Forces, and A-techSYN, is enabling game changing VHF radio coverage improvement through flying AI driven communication drones.

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Hidden Talent: Saif Wakeel

Hidden Talent: Saif Wakeel

In celebration of the many talents that make up Tyndall, we are showcasing Saif Wakeel, PhD Student in IPIC’s Photonic Packaging team. Saif’s special talent lies in the education and support of children who are orphaned or living in poverty.

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Hidden Talent, Louise Burgoyne: Volunteering with dogs

Hidden Talent, Louise Burgoyne

In celebration of the many talents that make up Tyndall, we are showcasing Louise Burgyone, EU Programmes Manager, from our EU Programmes Office. Her special hidden talent relates to voluntary roles working with dogs and her close bond with her German Shepherd, Lyla.

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Tyndall announce the Wrixon Research Excellence bursaries to celebrate 40 years of innovation and impact in Ireland

Tyndall announce Wrixon Research Excellence bursaries

Tyndall National Institute has launched a new bursary to mark its 40th anniversary. The annual Wrixon Research Excellence Bursaries will be presented to Tyndall based postgraduate students in recognition of research excellence in new deep-tech discoveries and next generation innovations.

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IERC Hosts EnerConf: Consultation Workshop

IERC Hosts EnerConf: Consultation Workshop

The IERC held a series of events to bring attention to and address some of the challenges associated with the development of energy communities. Experts from across the globe came to Tyndall National Institute, Cork to participate in EnerConf.

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Tyndall and ICHEC to foster further collaboration following appointment of Tyndall Academic Associate

Tyndall and ICHEC to foster further collaboration

Tyndall and the Irish Centre for High-End Computing (ICHEC) are delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Venkatesh Kannan as Academic Associate at Tyndall to foster closer collaboration and drive mutually beneficial opportunities for the two organisations.

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New Tyndall Chair appointed

New Tyndall Chair appointed

Tyndall announces the appointment of Dr Denis Doyle as the new Chair of the Board. The announcement comes as Tyndall celebrates 40 years of ground-breaking research.

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World Quantum Day 2022

World Quantum Day 2022

Today, at Tyndall and IPIC (SFI centre for Photonics), we are delighted to join quantum scientists from all over the world, to celebrate World Quantum Day.

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Irish innovation helps to drive exciting space mission

Irish innovation helps to drive exciting space mission

The success of Irish companies in a ground-breaking project highlights the growth in opportunities in the commercial space market for innovative Irish companies with exciting technologies that can also be used in many different sectors writes Bryan Rodgers, Enterprise Ireland delegate to ESA.

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€1.8m fund to develop novel medical devices

€1.8m fund to develop novel medical devices

MedPhab, Europe’s first pilot line for photonic-based medical devices, leverages the experience, knowledge and capabilities of its research and business partners to drive collaboration, reduce R&D costs and accelerate commercialisation.

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Top 10 Things to Know About ESA

Top 10 Things to Know About ESA

ESA Space Solutions Centre Ireland, headquartered at Tyndall, is part of the largest space innovation network in the world. To celebrate Space Week, we’re sharing our Top 10 ESA facts.

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PhotonicLEAP, awarded over €5 million in EU funding

PhotonicLEAP, awarded over €5 million in EU funding

PhotonicLEAP, a European collaborative project coordinated by Ireland's Tyndall National Institute, has been awarded over €5 million through the EU’s Horizon 2020 programme to develop game-changing technology that will drive down the cost of photonics manufacturing.

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2020 A Year in Review

2020 A Year in Review

2020 a year that many of us are in a hurry to forget when we truly lived during what has been called ‘extraordinary’ times. As a community of researchers, students, staff, carers, parents and people - we rallied together to navigate a somewhat uncertain time.

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Ten ESA Space Solutions Centre Ireland Launches

Ten ESA Space Solutions Centre Ireland Launches

We are proud to have supported 20 early stage companies since 2016 as part of our contract with the ESA. We've put together a list of 10 of these indigenous, innovative and ground-breaking companies showcasing the tremendous breadth of space applications leveraged by these SMEs.

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More than Moore White Paper released by the International Roadmap for Devices and Systems

More than Moore White Paper released by the IRDS

A new white paper centred around ‘More than Moore’ has been released by the International Roadmap for Devices and Systems (IRDS).Tyndall researchers Dr. Alan O Riordan, Dr. Giorgos Fagas, Dr. Brendan O’Flynn, Dr. James Rohan, Dr. Paul Galvin and Dr. Cian Ó Mathúna. 

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COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding Calls

COVID-19 Rapid Response Funding Calls

Today, now more than ever research and innovation, in health, academia and industry, have a crucial role to play in the response to COVID-19. Research funders around the globe have mobilised rapidly to provide a range of opportunities for researchers and innovative companies.

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SFI, IRC and HRB statement on COVID-19

SFI, IRC and HRB statement on COVID-19

The Health Research Board (HRB), Irish Research Council (IRC) and Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) are fully aware that the current situation regarding the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is having a significant impact on the research and innovation community, both in Ireland and internationally.

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Tyndall Loves Early Career Researchers

Tyndall Loves Early Career Researchers

Tyndall launches Early Career Researchers Network (Tyndall ECRN), modelled on YEAR, the Young European Associated Researchers organisation. The network is looking to form a steering committee to formalise this initiative to support early career stage Tyndall researchers.

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Positioning Ireland for the quantum opportunity

Positioning Ireland for the quantum opportunity

Ireland could become a world leader in the multi-billion Quantum Technologies emerging market if a national centre and programme is established. With Brexit looming, Ireland has an even greater opportunity to position in Quantum Technologies and gain a competitive advantage, find out more.

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The Gaposchkin Chandelier - What Stars are Made of

The Gaposchkin Chandelier - What Stars are Made of

The Gaposchkin Chandelier installed in Tyndall National Institute forms part of a wider exhibition. The exhibition will celebrate Ireland’s contribution to science, highlighting Irish scientists, and the exciting careers and opportunities that STEAM provides.

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IERC lead €2 million energy research project

IERC lead €2m energy research project

The International Energy Research Centre, hosted by Tyndall, was selected by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 initiative to lead a €2M energy research project targeted at SMEs through the delivery and implementation of energy audits

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Blockchain in Energy

Blockchain in Energy

IERC host a Blockchain in Energy evening series to provide a platform where national and international experts can share ideas and success stories on blockchain applications to the energy sector

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Tyndall leads €4m SmartVista project to develop wearable, wireless biosensor technology

Tyndall leads €4m SmartVista project

Over €4m will be invested to bring a potentially lifesaving smart cardiac monitoring patch ‘SmartVista’ to life. The SmartVista wearable biosensor will deliver a real-time wireless feed of patient heart rhythm, respiration, temperature and oxygen flow.

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National Photonics Manufacturing Pilot Line

National Photonics Manufacturing Pilot Line

Tyndall and industry partners have come together to build an integrated photonics manufacturing ecosystem located within our state-of-the-art facility and designed to advance disruptive photonic technologies from concept to commercialisation.

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Novel research in micromagnets could mean new possibilities for magnetic-MEMS applications

Novel micromagnet research

Tyndall research into a new fabrication process and material characterisation for Co-rich CoPtP films recently featured as a scientific highlight in Scilight, by the American Institute of Physics.

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Kickoff of €4m smart grid project PANTERA

Kickoff of €4m smart grid project PANTERA

PANTERA has received €4m in EU Horizon 2020 funding to deliver a multi-dimensional platform of information, tools and training to help accelerate Research and Innovation in the area of smart grids to shape the energy systems of the future.

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Tyndall Researchers Win 2 out of 8 SFI Awards

Tyndall Researchers Win 2 out of 8 SFI Awards

We are delighted to announce that two Tyndall researchers have won Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Awards. Joined by over 350 leading members of the Irish research community, Tyndall’s Dr Ivan O’Connell of MCCI and Prof. Peter O’Brien of IPIC were recognised along with six other awardees.

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BOC Gases Bursary Award 2018

BOC Gases Bursary Award 2018

The BOC Bursary is an annual award presented by BOC Gases to outstanding Tyndall students. The award was presented by Tommy Moore of BOC Gases, and Eoin O'Reilly to the winner Stefano Morono and runner-up Saroj Kanta Patra.

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Innovation in HealthTech

Innovation in HealthTech

Innovation in HealthTech brought together academics, clinicians, regulators and businesses of the medical device ecosystem, providing a platform to discuss how technology could address the challenges involved in healthcare.

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Mike Hayes elected PSMA president

Mike Hayes elected PSMA president

Tyndall’s Mike Hayes has been appointed as president of the Power Sources Manufacturers Association (PSMA) executive committee for a two-year term. The announcement took place at the PSMA’s annual meeting at the Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC2018) in San Antonio, USA.

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Dr Lisa Helen graduates with her PhD Tyndall National Institute, University College Cork

Conferring celebrations at UCC

Congratulations to Dr Lisa Helen on graduating with her PhD for a thesis entitled "Development of a smart needle integrated with an impedance sensor to determine needle to nerve proximity for nerve blocking (anaesthetic) procedures".

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Spin out company Pilot Photonics raises €1m in funding

Spin out company Pilot Photonics raises €1m in funding

Pilot Photonics, a spin-out company built on more than a decade’s work by research teams at Dublin City University and the Tyndall National Institute in Cork, has raised almost €1 million in funding. The company develops and licenses comb source laser technology for IoT markets.

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Congratulations FameLab Cork Winners 2018!

Famelab Cork 2018

Cork’s top newest voices from the world of science, technology, engineering and maths took part in this year’s "FameLab Cork" competition on 31st January. FameLab is the world’s leading science communication competition, and 13 local competitors took to the stage in the Triskel Arts Centre Cork.

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IERC conference 2017

IERC conference 2017

The IERC 6th Annual Conference “Industry-Driven Innovation: Realising Future Energy Systems” will be held on Thursday 30th March 2017 in Fota Island Hotel, Cork.

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Bruker nano-surfaces workshop

Bruker nano-surfaces workshop

In conjunction with Tyndall National Institute, Bruker Nano-Surfaces will hold a workshop to demonstrate their latest developments in Atomic Force Microscopy on Wednesday 15th February, 2017.

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Famelab is coming to cork!

Famelab is coming to cork!

Held annually in over 20 countries across the globe, Famelab is the world's largest science communication competition. And it's coming to Cork again on Wednesday 25th January 2017 in the Triskel Christchurch on Tobin Street.

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TTO commercialisation award win

TTO commercialisation award win

Tyndall National Institute was a proud winner at the annual Technology Transfer Office (TTO) Commercialisation Awards hosted by Prof Anita Maguire, Vice President For Research & Innovation, UCC. The ICT category was once again dominated by the researchers here at Tyndall.

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NanostreeM Workshop

NanostreeM Workshop

NanostreeM is a H2020-ICT funded project aiming at achieving better governance of the risks related to of the manipulation of nano-materials on the workers and environment using the semiconductor industry as an example. Some of the findings of NanostreeM will be discussed in the workshop “Nano risk

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Tyndall Technology Days 2016

Tyndall Technology Days 2016

Solutions for future internet growth and sustainability, through powering and connecting the IoT, will be addressed at the fourth Tyndall Technology Days, 11 October 2016, Croke Park, Dublin.

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EU Commissioner Phil Hogan visits Tyndall

EU Commissioner Phil Hogan visits Tyndall

EU Commissioner Phil Hogan received a demo of our 'small smart farm', a new project which takes live data, such as the moisture content of soil, and communicates results back to the farmer,allowing them to make better decisions.

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Micro-transfer printing: boosting large scale integration of diverse materials and devices

Micro-transfer Printing

Tyndall National Institute, Cork, Ireland is leading a European consortium, called TOP-HIT, to develop novel technology that will address the challenge of integrating components of different materials in large volumes at the semi-conductor scale.

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Congratulations Niall!

Congratulations Niall!

We’d like to wish a big congratulations to Niall Savage who successfully defended his thesis "Development of a novel probe integrated with a micro-structured impedance sensor for the detection of breast cancer"

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Congratulations Finbarr!

Congratulations Finbarr!

Congratulations to Finbarr O’Callaghan who successfully defended his thesis “Dynamics of coupled modes in two-section semiconductor lasers with saturable absorption".

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Congrats to Famelab Winners!

Congrats to Famelab Winners!

Famelab is the world's largest science communication competition, and 8 local competitors took to the stage in the Triskel Arts Centre to dazzle with their interesting science.

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