Research & Development: Industry partnerships drive DIT

DIT is widely regarded for its high quality graduate research opportunities.

21st September, 2014

DIT is widely regarded for its high quality graduate research opportunities. The Institute focuses on four key areas of research: environment energy and health, information communications and media technology, materials and devices, and society culture and enterprise.

As professor Mary McNamara, head of the graduate research school at DIT said: “These areas were chosen because they complement our strengths and they are aligned to the national research prioritisation goals and also to the grand challenges...

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