CIT still striving for ceaseless innovation in education

Cork Institute of Technology’s research centres and incubator form one of the chief tech hubs in Cork city, writes Quinton O’Reilly

17th June, 2018
Richard Linger, TEC Gateway manager, Paul Healy, Innovation Centre manager, Rubicon, and Liam Lewis, CAPPA Gateway manager

One of the keys to a healthy economy is innovation and, within Cork Institute of Technology (CIT), its research centres and incubator are working closely with the business community.

At the heart of Ireland’s innovation activity is a strong science core punching above its weight. While one of the reasons for this is the support gained from Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) and Enterprise Ireland, another is the partnerships between research and enterprise.

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