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EU funded researcher develops new step towards 'wonder material' graphene applications

EU funded researcher develops new step towards 'wonder material' graphene applications

European Research Council (ERC) grantee, Professor Jonathan Coleman and his research team based in the AMBER (Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research) Centre in Dublin have developed a new method to mass produce graphene-based material.

46% of Irish travel websites compliant with Consumer Rights – EU Average 62% compliance

46% of Irish travel websites compliant with Consumer Rights – EU Average 62% compliance

26 Irish websites offering air travel and accommodation or both, were checked for compliance with Consumer Rights in June 2013. 21 websites were found to have irregularities while 5 were found to be compliant. As a result of concerted action by n...

Finalising the Banking Union: European Parliament backs Commission's proposals

Finalising the Banking Union: European Parliament backs Commission's proposals

Three measures to ensure that banks shoulder the risks of failure rather than relying on taxpayers to bail them out have been approved by the European Parliament. Two deal with restructuring and winding down troubled banks, and the third ensures ...

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10-04-2014

Commission launches new user-friendly search tool for banned airlines

09-04-2014

Undeclared work: Commission proposes new Platform to improve prevention and deterrence

09-04-2014

European Commission proposes to strengthen shareholder engagement and introduce a "say on pay" for Europe’s largest companies

08-04-2014

European Commission calls for tough standards to regulate civil drones

08-04-2014

Irish students receive awards in Brussels as Europe's top young translators

04-04-2014

Roma integration: Commission report assesses progress

 
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