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From The42 'A glimpse behind the curtain' - TG4 provide unique coaching insight with Flannery warm-up clip Innovation

'A glimpse behind the curtain' - TG4 provide unique coaching insight with Flannery warm-up clip

Kieran Hartigan speaks to The42 about the station’s pre-match coverage of Munster’s Pro14 clash with Connacht which impressed viewers.

From TheJournal.ie 5 ways to boost your chances of promotion - according to a professional attention-seeker Innovation

5 ways to boost your chances of promotion - according to a professional attention-seeker

Ken Robertson was the former Head of Mischief at Paddy Power. He shares his tips for getting ahead.

From TheJournal.ie The future of work: How these Irish workplaces are ending the era of the boss Future Of Work

The future of work: How these Irish workplaces are ending the era of the boss

We spoke to the forward-looking companies breaking down traditional hierarchies.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Without tax breaks, skilled workers and innovation, Ireland is Albania without the weather Innovate

Column: Without tax breaks, skilled workers and innovation, Ireland is Albania without the weather

We need more than documents and targets. We need a national shared vision on innovation, writes Martin Curley.

From The42 European Tour introduces the Shot Clock Masters to combat slow play No Time To Waste

European Tour introduces the Shot Clock Masters to combat slow play

The new tournament, which will also feature entrance music for players and celebrity hosts, is set to take place in Austria next June.

From TheJournal.ie 'We didn't sugarcoat it, it's the harsh reality': Monaghan teens win top award for mental health project Mend A Mind This post contains videos

'We didn't sugarcoat it, it's the harsh reality': Monaghan teens win top award for mental health project

Students at Largy College in Clones chose mental health as their focus with the project Mend a Mind.

From TheJournal.ie Three Irish colleges have made a prestigious Top 100 list Good Job

Three Irish colleges have made a prestigious Top 100 list

Which came out on top?

From TheJournal.ie Pictures: How drones, turbines and virtual reality are changing Ireland Future Ireland

Pictures: How drones, turbines and virtual reality are changing Ireland

The Future Ireland report takes a look at Irish society by different themes each year.

From The42 Introducing Kickabout, the new app aiming to change the way 5-a-side football is organised Innovation

Introducing Kickabout, the new app aiming to change the way 5-a-side football is organised

Gary O’Toole chats to The42 about his acclaimed initiative.

From The42 ‘You start thinking about Best in a different way because you’re forced to look at him’ Legend

‘You start thinking about Best in a different way because you’re forced to look at him’

A lost film about the Manchester legend is showing in the IFI in Dublin tonight.

From The42 'If it's within your skill set and we can score, bloody go for it!' - Erasmus Interview

'If it's within your skill set and we can score, bloody go for it!' - Erasmus

Munster’s director of rugby tells The42 about his philosophy on the game.

From The42 Good news for fans of time-wasting as the FA Cup is about to introduce a fourth substitute Innovation This post contains a poll

Good news for fans of time-wasting as the FA Cup is about to introduce a fourth substitute

The changes will take place as a trial from the quarter-final stage this season.

From The42 Tokyo is planning a man-made meteor shower for the 2020 Olympics opening ceremony Tech Star-up

Tokyo is planning a man-made meteor shower for the 2020 Olympics opening ceremony

And, apparently, it will only cost $4 million.

From TheJournal.ie These tiny houses could be future of weekend getaways Holidays

These tiny houses could be future of weekend getaways

They’re small, but perfectly formed.

From TheJournal.ie 16 innovative Irish companies to keep an eye on this year Watch This Space

16 innovative Irish companies to keep an eye on this year

We take a look at some of the businesses likely to make an impression in 2016.

From TheJournal.ie From dorm room to global domination: The story of Facebook in pictures Social Network

From dorm room to global domination: The story of Facebook in pictures

It’s come a long way from Harvard.

From TheJournal.ie 'College is a good bit away': Ireland's brightest young minds are meeting today 20 Under 20 This post contains videos

'College is a good bit away': Ireland's brightest young minds are meeting today

The future looks pretty safe from here.

From TheJournal.ie This simple can could help save cyclists' lives Road Safety

This simple can could help save cyclists' lives

Cyclists: You should all get this.

From The42 Analysis: That weird Sean O'Brien lineout tactic worked against Scotland Intelligence

Analysis: That weird Sean O'Brien lineout tactic worked against Scotland

Following on from the Tullow Tank’s failed effort against England, Rory Best got it spot on in Murrayfield.

From The42 Analysis: Intelligent Chiefs push the boundaries by refusing the ruck Innovation

Analysis: Intelligent Chiefs push the boundaries by refusing the ruck

This just doesn’t look right on first viewing.

From TheJournal.ie Long-term gambles causes Google's earnings to fall Moonshots

Long-term gambles causes Google's earnings to fall

The hiring of nearly 3,000 more employees and investing in “moon shot” projects like driverless cars and drones has caused expenses to increase by 30%.

From TheJournal.ie SME Focus: Everything you need to know about innovation and SMEs Bootstraps

SME Focus: Everything you need to know about innovation and SMEs

For our in-depth coverage of Irish SMEs last month, we focused on the opportunities in the tourism sector.

From TheJournal.ie Patents and skyscrapers...what makes these 18 cities the most innovative places on Earth We Built This City

Patents and skyscrapers...what makes these 18 cities the most innovative places on Earth

These cities are commended for thinking outside the box of industry, design and urban planning.

From TheJournal.ie What I learned: Making money by saving it for other people Save It To Make It

What I learned: Making money by saving it for other people

The controversy around Irish Water consultancy fees encouraged one Irish company to try and help others cut costs.

From TheJournal.ie SpaceX are to launch a solar powered ship that will sail up into orbit To Boldly Float

SpaceX are to launch a solar powered ship that will sail up into orbit

A few weeks into orbit, the LightSail’s wings will expand, making it visible from Earth.

From TheJournal.ie Here’s What Happened Today: Monday News Fix

Here’s What Happened Today: Monday

Everyone’s talking about Catherine Nevin, the death of Adrian Folan and whether the Garth Brooks gigs will go ahead…

From TheJournal.ie 200 jobs up for grabs as Ryanair launches digital lab High Flyers

200 jobs up for grabs as Ryanair launches digital lab

The 200 roles will cover areas like software development, marketing and innovation hackers, which will aim to develop the next generation of apps and services.

From TheJournal.ie The final frontier: Cork company set for space trip after contract win Rebel Alliance

The final frontier: Cork company set for space trip after contract win

A medical devices company in Cork has won a €1 million contract with the European Space Agency

From TheJournal.ie 'Google Earth for the human body': start-up from NUIG wins European prize Best In Class

'Google Earth for the human body': start-up from NUIG wins European prize

The Galway healthcare company saw off 100 other competitors from around Europe.

From TheJournal.ie Amazon moves into wearable tech by launching dedicated store Innovation

Amazon moves into wearable tech by launching dedicated store

The store also has a “learning center” which aims to educate those who aren’t familiar with smartwatches and activity trackers.

From TheJournal.ie Ten houses built in 24 hours? All is possible with 3D printing Diy

Ten houses built in 24 hours? All is possible with 3D printing

A Chinese company printed the houses out of recycled material.

From TheJournal.ie Fancy an iPad with that pint? This Cork pub is now providing them for its customers to use IPub

Fancy an iPad with that pint? This Cork pub is now providing them for its customers to use

O’Sullivans Bar in Douglas, Cork has set up three iPads which customers can use to browse the web and catch up on the news.

From TheJournal.ie Autism begins during pregnancy, says new US study Breakthrough

Autism begins during pregnancy, says new US study

Researchers in California say they have “clear and direct evidence” that autism begins during early brain development.

From TheJournal.ie DCU to launch its own fabrication studio early next year Innovation

DCU to launch its own fabrication studio early next year

The partnership with TechShop will give both members of the university and the general public the opportunity to learn advanced manufacturing skills and rapid prototyping.

From TheJournal.ie Property company lands innovation gong Innovation Awards

Property company lands innovation gong

Propertygate enables collaboration among financiers, property managers and other stakeholders

From The42 Aussie hurdler Michelle Jenneke invents new sport of hallway hurdles Innovation

Aussie hurdler Michelle Jenneke invents new sport of hallway hurdles

We’re not sure her neighbours will be too happy though.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland “risks lagging behind” by not having CERN membership Innovation

Ireland “risks lagging behind” by not having CERN membership

Sean Kelly MEP said that membership would turn Ireland into a ‘global hub’ for leading innovators.

From TheJournal.ie Here’s What Happened Today: Thursday News Fix

Here’s What Happened Today: Thursday

Today everybody’s talking about the sale of Bord Gáis Energy, garda recruitment and the response of the ‘fake’ deaf interpreter at Nelson Mandela’s memorial.

From TheJournal.ie 68 new jobs announced in two multinationals Jobswatch

68 new jobs announced in two multinationals

A British company will create 30 jobs next year and a firm in Cork has already begun recruiting for 38 new positions.

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