Saturday November 28, 2020

DIT research concepts win international attention

29th May, 2015
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Dr Izabela Naydenova (l) and Dr Suzanne Martin (r), Centre for Industrial & Engineering Optics, FOCAS Research Institute, DIT, two of the co-founders of DIT spin out company Optrace and DIT postgraduate supervisors

DIT is synonymous with innovation and has a strong IP policy to encourage and support the commercialisation of its research.

The fruits of that policy are seen on an on-going basis. Earlier this month there were two major announcements about concepts that started life as DIT research projects.

Riffstation was sold to legendary guitar-maker Fender for €5 million, while two former DIT researchers who established a company called Exergyn were awarded €2.4 million in EU...

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