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# crann - Monday 27 May, 2013

Column: Small and mighty – why nanoscience is booming in Ireland

Ten years ago, the global market for nano-enabled materials was €420 million. In 2015, it will be $2.5 trillion. Nanoscience is the future and Ireland is very much part of it, writes John Boland.

# crann - Wednesday 8 May, 2013

Irish lab develops sensor to improve air and water quality testing

Trinity-based science laboratory CRANN has developed a new graphene sensor that can detect even the slightest change in signal.

# crann - Monday 28 January, 2013

Good news: Irish scientists to play key role in giant €1 billion project

The largest ever research project funded in the history of the EU was announced this morning.

# crann - Monday 19 November, 2012

Nanoscience institute secures funding and creates 50 new jobs

The non-Government funding of €8 million has resulted in 50 full time jobs.

# crann - Tuesday 18 September, 2012

Good news: Your beer could last longer*

*on the shelf, that is, thanks to Dublin-based scientists.