Daily Archives: 15.05.2021

Foreign direct investment in Ireland passes €1 trillion

The value of foreign direct investment (FDI) into Ireland rose by €109.9 billion in 2019, new CSO figures show The accumulated value of foreign direct investment in Ireland rose to over €1 trillion in 2019, according to new analysis from the Central Statistics Office. The value of foreign direct investment (FDI) into Ireland rose by €109.9 billion in 2019. The ...

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Building robots to expand access to cell therapies

Alumni-founded Multiply Labs uses an automated manufacturing platform to produce advanced treatments at scale. Over the last two years, Multiply Labs has helped pharmaceutical companies produce biologic drugs with its robotic manufacturing platform. The robots can work around the clock, precisely formulating small batches of drugs to help companies run clinical trials more quickly. Now Multiply Labs, which was founded ...

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China lands its first probe on Mars

Artist’s illustration of the Tianwen 1 orbiter and rover at Mars. Credit: CNSA / Chinese Academy of Sciences / Nature Astronomy China’s space agency said Friday the country’s first Mars rover safely touched down and began sending data back to Earth, joining the United States as the only two nations to successfully land and operate a spacecraft on the surface ...

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STPSat-6 Payload Arrives in Florida, Targets NET 23 June Atlas V Launch

The STPSat-6 payload, newly delivered to Florida for launch, will ride atop ULA’s most powerful Atlas V, the “551”. Photo Credit: John Studwell/AmericaSpace As United Launch Alliance (ULA) gears up for Monday’s scheduled launch its first Atlas V mission of the year—whose Launch Readiness Review (LRR) concluded yesterday—another payload targeted to fly next month has safely arrived on the Space ...

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Facebook loses challenge to data regulator inquiry

Facebook attempted to block an inquiry by the Irish data regulator that could halt Facebook's data flows from the European Union to the United States The Data Protection Commissioner can proceed with an inquiry that could lead to a ban on Facebook's data transfers from the European Union to the United States, the High Court has ruled. The DPC launched ...

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