With almost 24,000 members, Engineers Ireland is one of the country's oldest and largest professional bodies. Our primary role is to be the representative voice of the engineering profession in Ireland.
A report led by the IESE Business School in Spain in collaboration with NUI Galway and other European partners, has set out to address a major issue faced by leaders of research centres around the world: how to achieve economic sustainability while preserving academic quality.
The report is based on an in depth analysis of
A novel radiation detection technology, developed at Tyndall National Institute, has been licensed exclusively to Cork-based Varadis.
Gamma rays, protons and xrays
Already in use by astronauts in the International Space Station, as well as a number of the largest private and public sector organisations around the world, Tyndall’s Radiation Sensing Field Effect Transistors
Researchers from AMBER, the SFI Research Centre for Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research, the School of Physics and the CRANN Institute, at Trinity College Dublin, have helped to discover a relationship between the size and thickness of flakes of two-dimensional, ‘2D’, materials.
Roll-out of mass-produced nanotechnology
This may have significant consequences for the viability
CÚRAM, the Science Foundation Ireland Centre for Research in Medical Devices at NUI Galway, has announced a formal collaboration with Rutgers University, New Jersey, regarding complementary medical device programmes.
The formal Agreement will focus on developing multi-disciplinary collaborations involving research on medical device technologies, commercialisation of medical technologies, and business incubation and acceleration.
The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross TD, has announced government approval of a new National Train Control Centre which will enable the planned expansion of rail services in the coming years.
The new National Train Control Centre will underpin both the planned and potential future expansion of rail services across the entire
Purcell Construction has been awarded the Engineers Ireland CPD Accredited Employer standard in recognition of its continuing professional development strategy, it has been announced.
Founded in 1988, Purcell Construction is a leading Irish building contractor with offices in Galway and Dublin.
The organisation has successfully delivered award-winning buildings in the commercial,
Third-level engineering students from across Ireland are encouraged to submit an entry to the Engineers Ireland Innovative Student Engineer of the Year Award, sponsored by Siemens.
The student award, now in its 21st year, provides a platform for third-level students to showcase their engineering innovation excellence to a panel of professional engineers, industry leaders and
A challenging economy and an appetite for continuous improvement inspired engineering and construction firm BAM Ireland, an operational company of Royal BAM Group, to begin a technological transformation in pursuit of increased efficiency and performance.
Years later, BAM Ireland’s digital journey has culminated in the adoption of BIM (Building Information Modelling), AI in construction, and
In response to increasing economic, social and environmental pressures, private and public sector developers are challenging the design and construction industry to deliver faster, greener and more efficient infrastructure solutions, writes AECOM’s Dale Sinclair.
An expert in digital technology, Sinclair explores how a new digital approach can help the industry meet this challenge, and tackle
An early warning system to identify at-risk structures using Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) has been developed. The system could be applied to infrastructure projects including roads, railways and building developments at lower cost and greater accuracy than existing techniques.
Researchers from the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and the University of Bath have developed a