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Hydrogen heads home to challenge oil and gas as local energy supply

Hydrogen is carving out its place in the world of renewable energy. Regional developments like hydrogen valleys and hydrogen islands are serving as blueprints for larger ecosystems to produce and consume this versatile fuel locally. 

Engineers build LEGO-like artificial intelligence chip

The new design is stackable and reconfigurable, for swapping out and building on existing sensors and neural network processors.

My path to technical excellence: Chris Davis

Chris Davis works as a subject matter expert in bulk biologics processing – primarily the manufacturing of biopharmaceuticals – for Jacobs where he supports projects across Europe. He outlines some of the characteristics of his role and how his career path led him to the position. 

My engineering life Q&A: John Coleman

Former chair of MEETA Asset Management and Engineers Ireland's Thomond Region, John Coleman started his engineering life as a fitter and welder before going on to earn his master's degree. He admires Harry Ferguson, who developed the modern agricultural tractor and its three-point linkage system; in his spare time, he loves gardening and, together with his wife Sheila, he likes to visit his daughter and her family in Australia.

My engineering life Q&A: Andrew O'Rourke and Brian Meehan

We ask Intel engineers Andrew O'Rourke and Brian Meehan to talk about their professional life – their mentors, details of current projects and so on.

Cryptocurrency regulation: How the European Union is setting the standard

Meta’s now-abandoned plans for ‘libra’ the catalyst for new rules, writes Dr Chris Horn, former president of Engineers Ireland.

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