Trinity wins €175,000 to host bio-science showcase

TCD has become the first university in Ireland to win funding under Horizon 2020, the new EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.

1st June, 2014
Nanoscience will be one of the lab-based careers on display at Trinity College Dublin's Discover Research Night.

University: Trinity College Dublin

**Done Deal:** €175,000

**The clincher:** ''By offering Trinity's researchers the opportunity to present both to the public and to each other, we hope to generate new interdisciplinary ideas, opportunities and collaborations that will compete successfully for Horizon 2020 funding. - **Cliona O'Farrelly,** professor of comparative immunology, Trinity College Dublin

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