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A mysterious increase in radiation recorded in Europe: what’s going on?

Radiation sensors in Stockholm recently registered a mysterious peak in Europe, identifying what appears to be a loss of radioactive isotopes near the Baltic...

Asteroid among the largest ever approaches to Earth, nobody knew

Sometimes Space can create particularly intriguing events. We refer to the giant asteroid recently passed between Earth and Moon, which makes us understand how tiny...

Apple Glass are approaching launch: production of polarized lenses is underway

Apparently, the Apple Glass launch would be really close. According to reports from The Information, in fact, Apple and Foxconn would have reached a...

Sky Q is renewed: first look at the new graphical interface

We have been testing for a few days the new software arriving on Sky Q, for now only in beta, which will bring several...

Michael Moynihan: The rights and wrongs of the big call to cancel events

Photo by Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile The news that Uefa has decided to postpone this year’s European championships for a year feels like the right call —...

Brendan Irvine: 'I wasn't walking right in December and now I've qualified for another Olympics'

Two-time Irish Olympian Brendan Irvine bounced back from a leg injury to claim one of 16 Olympic places at the aborted 43-nation European qualifiers...

Roisin Upton: 'Everyone has an opinion… Trump and all that… about what should happen'

It is a good thing one of Sean Dancer’s mantras to the Irish women’s squad is “those that can adapt are the one...

Global ban may impact Irish rowers' bid for Olympic qualification

Rowing Ireland are concerned by the immediate cancellation of all international events through March, April and May. That window includes the final Olympic qualification regatta...

Nadia Comaneci feels Simone Biles can emulate her achievements in sport

Forty-six years after 14-year-old Nadia Comaneci thrilled the world with her ‘perfect 10’ at the Montreal Olympics, women’s gymnastics is preparing to acknowledge another...

Choppy waters ahead as Liam Jegou trains for Olympics

MAKING A SPLASH: A determined Liam Jegou prepares to represent Ireland in the C1 slalom canoe event in the Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Ahead...

Coronavirus causes change of plans for Irish women’s hockey team

For hockey, the coronavirus outbreak has seen an abrupt change of plans with a two-week Irish women’s training camp swiftly relocated from Malaysia to...

Ireland break national record in Track event

The Irish women’s team were narrowly beaten by Australia in the first round of the four- kilometre Team Pursuit at the World Track...

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A mysterious increase in radiation recorded in Europe: what’s going on?

Radiation sensors in Stockholm recently registered a mysterious peak in Europe, identifying what appears to be a loss of radioactive isotopes near the Baltic...

Asteroid among the largest ever approaches to Earth, nobody knew

Sometimes Space can create particularly intriguing events. We refer to the giant asteroid recently passed between Earth and Moon, which makes us understand how tiny...

Apple Glass are approaching launch: production of polarized lenses is underway

Apparently, the Apple Glass launch would be really close. According to reports from The Information, in fact, Apple and Foxconn would have reached a...

Sky Q is renewed: first look at the new graphical interface

We have been testing for a few days the new software arriving on Sky Q, for now only in beta, which will bring several...

Here is Griffin, the brilliant parrot who beat 21 Harvard students in a test

This research analyzes a child's incredible abilities grey parrot who managed to beat Harvard students in a memory game with coloured balls. We have often...