ASTI members will be up to €200 worse off per month next year, if members of that union reject the Haddington Road Agreement for a second time.
The co-founder of a company that provides a low-cost genetic testing service has called for a change to the economic incentives offered to drug manufacturers and insurance companies to encourage them to embrace personalised medicine.
The performance of Irish 15-year-olds in maths, reading and science is significantly above average compared to other developed countries, according to an OECD report.
The Government has decided to expand a cap on the number of Special Needs Assistants employed in Irish schools.
The Government has confirmed that it will stop paying teachers who are members of the ASTI trade union for supervision and substitution duties from January.
Construction is expected to begin on 37 new school buildings next year as part of the Government's five-year capital investment programme in education.
The Department of Education has confirmed ASTI members will receive a payment due for supervision and substitution duties in January if they reject the Haddington Road Agreement in the current re-ballot.
Hyperactivity symptoms similar to those of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder are caused by a mutation in a gene that is involved in the functioning of the brain's nervous system, scientists at Trinity College have discovered.
The number of schools that send all their pupils onto third level education has increased, according to the latest league tables.
The Association of Secondary Teachers Ireland has said teachers do not have the resources to implement proposed changes to the Junior Certificate cycle.
Scientists from NUI Galway have discovered a marine habitat with organisms hundreds of years old in Irish waters.
The Government has announced that Ireland is on track to more than double the number of Indian students coming to Ireland to pursue third-level education by the end of 2014.
ASTI members will continue their industrial action if they vote no on concessions to the Haddington Road agreement.
The Association of Secondary Teachers in Ireland is to recommend that members should reject the clarified Haddington Road proposals in a ballot.
General Secretary of the Association of Secondary Teachers Pat King has described a proposal to allow teachers to opt out of supervision and substitution duties as a "major change".
Talks between the Department of Education and the Association of Secondary Teachers have ended.
The Department of Education wants schools to gather the views of parents on the issue of school uniforms with a view to giving them more of a say on school policies in the area.
There has been a breakthrough in the dispute between the Association of Secondary Teachers Ireland and the Department of Education after the union's rejection of the Haddington Road Agreement.
The death has been announced of Bo Almqvist, professor emeritus and former head of the Department of Irish Folklore at University College Dublin.
The Registrar of the Galway Mayo Institute of Technology has said the findings of a report into alleged plagiarism at the college will be considered next week.