KTI message now clearly understood

Ireland’s industries and the country’s research base are increasingly working together, writes Margaret O’Brien

13th November, 2016
Dr Alison Campbell, director, KTI

Established just three years ago, Knowledge Transfer Ireland (KTI) has achieved much and performed well in its task of supporting industry access to expertise and commercial opportunities from State-funded research.

According to its annual survey findings, the KTI message is now clearly understood. Dr Alison Campbell, director, KTI confirmed, “We are succeeding to make it simpler for industry to engage with Ireland’s research base,”

That said, Dr Campbell is not getting...

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