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The Computer and Communications Museum of Ireland
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Intel Ireland Aug 20
There's still time left to apply to become an Intel scholar - this summer a number of our current scholars spent some time working at Intel. Find out more about becoming an Intel scholar at
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GDG Galway Aug 21
We’re building a new reality here with 😎
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AtlanTec Aug 21
get down to the Portershed on the 12th Sept and check it out
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Insight Centre Aug 21
Brilliant opportunity for anyone interested in becoming an mapper! Come along on the 31st of August!
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Insight Centre Aug 21
Read our own 's opinion on the increasing workload of researchers. More to come on this! Growth in data and questions on quality `increasing researcher... via
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Comp/Comms Museum Aug 21
Tonight is Open Night at the Computer and Communications Museum of Ireland. See our collection of early 20th Century radios. From 7:00pm to 9:00pm at Data Science Institute Building, Dangan Business Park.
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Brendan Smith Aug 20
Spotted at was crazy Irishman with teeshirt promoting !This volcano is example of sustainable Green Tourism & the benefits that could accrue of a walking & cycling trail thru one of Europe’s most beautiful landscapes ⁦
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Comp/Comms Museum Aug 21
Tonight is Open Night at the Computer and Communications Museum of Ireland. Relive your youth at one of our fully functioning PCs of the 1980s and 1990s.
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SFI Aug 6
What if an upsetting, harmful or hate-inciting event is live-streamed and shared on social media across the world? Research into video qualities and classification at , could help to solve that problem in the future
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GalwayTechCentre Aug 7
Even in the quiet week post-Races, we have a great turnout for our monthly member meetup!! We extended a warm GTC welcome to our new company !!
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Insight Centre Aug 7
Italian born Aessandro Adamou of Insight gives a wonderfully informative guided tour of the Computer & Communications Museum of Ireland, at Data Science Institute ⁦⁩,to visiting Italian students. Insight is gifted to have so many nationalities ⁦
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SFI Jul 29
“The Smart Stadium work we are doing with can hopefully benefit not only the fans going to matches and concerts, but also have an impact on the technology underlying smart cities.”
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Insight Centre Jul 31
Congrats to on being awarded a Personal Chair in . In addition to Insight, John works with and . Well deserved!
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IDA West Region Jul 26
Great day today for the unveiling of work by Tatiana Dobos as part of project with - this project paired local designers with clients in Galway and all work will be exhibited over the coming months
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NUI Galway Jul 25
NUI Galway spin out, Qpercom has been awarded a national tender in Norway to deliver their advanced assessment solution, Qpercom Observe, used in healthcare education to assess the clinical skills of students. Read more about this story here -
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Brendan Smith Jul 19
“Switchboard, please put me through to Monivea 89”. Brian Walsh & PJ Mealy from Centre working on getting a 1970s public telephone box operational again using 21st century technology at Digital Makers Club,Data Science Centre
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Brendan Smith Jul 18
Thanks to Ihab (Palestine), Sameh(Egypt) & Tarek (Lebanon),Saudi Arabian student group enjoyed a Arabic language guided tour of With 30+ countries represented, Insight Centre for Data Analytics is the UN of Galway city
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IDA West Region Jul 15
. today announce a new €20 million investment in the rollout of it’s Fibre-To-The Building broadband network in City.
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Galway 2020 Jul 15
As we prepare to become European Capital of Culture in 2020, we echo the sentiments shared by organisers on the opening of the festival gallery about the real need for arts infrastructure in Galway. See our full statement here
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IDA West Region Jul 3
Great to see two new companies in the region included in the top 10 to watch in 2019 in todays and - both currently fast landing
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