State gives €12.4 million to early science research

Forty four science researchers and postgraduates are to benefit over four years from €12.3 million in funding.

20th April, 2012
State gives €12.4 million to early science research
Sean Sherlock

Forty four science researchers and postgraduates are to benefit over four years from €12.3 million in funding.

Minister for Research and Innovation Sean Sherlock announced the funds, designed to support early-career scientific research.

Provided by Science Foundation Ireland, the funds are being given to people researching areas including energy, nanomaterials, electricity, cancer research, marine ecology, tissue engineering, cystic fibrosis and immunology.

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