Research centre benefits from€5mfunding

The Medical Engineering and Design Centre (Medic) is to begin collaborative work with local companies

10th January, 2009

The Medical Engineering and Design Centre (Medic) is to begin collaborative work with local companies, including Stylite Designs, following recent government investment. The centre at Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) was one of three new scientific research centres to receive government funding totalling €5 million in October last year.

Others included the Centre for Advanced Photonics and Process Analysis (Cappa), also at CIT, and Shannon Applied Biotechnology Cluster (ABC), a joint project between the Institute...

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