The Impossible Dream: How the laws of physics proved too powerful for a Celtic Tiger cub

Steorn, led by the irrepressible Shaun McCarthy, provided a lot more noise – and debt – than energy in its attempts to disprove the laws of physics

31st May, 2020
The Impossible Dream: How the laws of physics proved too powerful for a Celtic Tiger cub
Shaun McCarthy, chief executive of Steorn, known as the country’s most audacious start-up and the subject of a new book by Barry J Whyte

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The Impossible Dream: The Spectacular Rise and Fall of Steorn, One of the Celtic Tiger’s Most Audacious Start-ups

By Barry J Whyte

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