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An Australian funding coup has brought to €1 million the total investment secured by the IT Sligo team behind research into the use of radiowave therapy for cancers.

23rd December, 2012
David Bonnin, director of Australia's Radiowave Therapy Research Institute, with Dr James Murphy, Science Foundation Ireland Stokes lecturer at IT Sligo. Photo: James Connolly

Funding for IT Sligo research

An Australian funding coup has brought to €1 million the total investment secured by the IT Sligo team behind research into the use of radiowave therapy for cancers.

Researchers at IT Sligo, led by principal investigator Dr James Murphy, a Science Foundation Ireland Stokes Lecturer at IT Sligo, are leading the global radiowave research project, which also involves researchers in the US and Australia.

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