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Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) is participating in a €2.3 million research project on the application of green innovation and future technologies (GIFT) in Irish and Welsh firms.

11th March, 2012
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Prof Thomas O'Toole, head of School of Business; Dr Eleanor Owens, Department of Chemical and Life Sciences, WIT; Prof Denis Harrington, head of Graduate Business, WIT; Simon Bailey, head of unit for the Ireland Wales Programme; Dr Evelyn Doyle, UCD; and Prof David Joyner, Bangor University, Wales.

Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) is participating in a €2.3 million research project on the application of green innovation and future technologies (GIFT) in Irish and Welsh businesses.

The project involves researchers from WIT's School of Business and Department of Chemical and Life Sciences, together with the School of Biology and Environmental Science at University College Dublin, and the Schools of Business and Environmental Sciences and Geography at Bangor University in Wales.

The programme is...

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