Dublin software company signs NUIG deal

A recently established Dublin firm has signed a deal to commercialise technology developed by researchers at the National University of Ireland in Galway (NUIG).

3rd June, 2006

A recently established Dublin firm has signed a deal to commercialise technology developed by researchers at the National University of Ireland in Galway (NUIG).

Technology from Ideas (TFI) will develop ideas from NUIG researchers into technologies that are ready for the global market. Dan Richardson, managing director of TFI, said the deal was a ‘‘significant breakthrough’’ in turning university research into usable products. TFI will filter the findings from university research and choose the ideas...

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