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Funding boost for scientific research

The government has announced €39 million in new funding for 30 scientific research projects.

29th June, 2012

The government has announced €39 million in new funding for 30 scientific research projects.

The new funding comes via Science Foundation Ireland’s (SFI) Principal Investigator Programme. The finance will see the 30 projects supported through to 2015. It will support 151 researchers working in ears such as IT, health and life sciences, and energy.

SFI said that industry collaboration will be involved in many of the projects and companies involved will include Intel, Analog Devices, J&J and...

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