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Dublin Web Summit: part 5
21/11/2014 - International report

Dublin Web Summit: part 5

In the last of our series from this month's Web Summit in Dublin, we hear from two organisations founded in Ireland.
Dublin Web Summit: part 4
20/11/2014 - International report

Dublin Web Summit: part 4

Earlier this month 22-thousand people attended the Web Summit in the Irish capital Dublin. Several Nigerian start up companies were among the exhibitors hoping to stand out from the crowd.

Dublin Web Summit: part 3
19/11/2014 - International report

Dublin Web Summit: part 3

Earlier this month in Ireland, people from 109 countries attended Europe's biggest tech gathering - with 100s of Asian start-up companies among them.
French nuclear giant Areva hopes to build reactors in South Africa
14/10/2014 - France-South Africa

France signs nuclear cooperation accord with South Africa

France on Tuesday signed a cooperation accord with South Africa for the development of civil nuclear technology.

An engraved Gillardeau oyster
10/10/2014 - France

Gillardeau oyster farm to laser-engrave shells to fight counterfeiters

A French oyster farm is to engrave its logo on its oysters’ shells in an attempt to smash a market in counterfeits.
Where are France's women techies?
26/09/2014 - On-the-spot France

Where are France's women techies?

Proponents of France's hi-tech industry say it will pull the country out of its economic doldrums. Innovative, hi-tech startups are the key to the France's future success. But where are the women?
The 900-gramme artifical heart is highly technological
05/09/2014 - FRANCE

Second Carmat artificial heart implanted in France

For the second time a high-tech bioprosthetic heart has been implanted in a French patient.
02/09/2014

French press review 2 September 2014

Putin faces tough choices over Ukraine. French bosses fail to invest in new technology. An ayatollah hates 3G. And French kids go back to school amid a row over changes in education.

France considers teaching kids to code
01/09/2014 - On-the-spot France

France considers teaching kids to code

School starts this week in France, and some students may be offered a new kind of course: computer programming.
18/08/2014 - Interview - Technology

M-Pesa mobile money brings African technology to Europe: 'sky's the limit' says founder

African technology has migrated to Europe with the launch of the mobile money technology M-Pesa in Romania.
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