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Facebook Is Becoming A Threat To Global Democracy

The fall of western democracy is often pictured as an apocalyptic event of nuclear destruction, a military power grab by a malevolent tyrant or a willing majority opting for autocratic rule. These

NUIG Researchers Developing Artificial Skin

Researchers at NUI Galway, in association with various other bodies around Europe, are working on developing a new type of artificial skin graft to help those suffering from serious burns or wounds.

How'd You Get That Job?: Ivan Eustace

Interested in advertising? Wondering how to get into the business? We spoke to Ivan Eustace, Account Director at Vizeum Ireland about his career. Q.1. Tell us a bit about your background. I started

Campus Meets: EdHacked Founder Barry O'Rourke

Barry O’Rourke’s Twitter bio declares him a “Freelance Journalist MA” with bylines on the likes of RTÉ and the Irish Times. However interspersed between these details is the

Electronic Voting: The Future of Politics?

Ireland has a bit of a storied past when it comes to its relationship with electronic voting, managing to spend over €50m of public money on the scheme before it was scrapped in 2009. The early

Dundalk Scientist And Performer Reaches For The Stars

Dr. Niamh Shaw is a renowned engineer, scientist and performer from the border town of Dundalk, Co. Louth. Recently, she appeared on the Tommy Tiernan show and spoke about her dream to make it into