Intel to support TCD innovation programmes
Intel, the US technology giant, is partnering with Trinity College Dublin to boost innovation and to create jobs in Ireland, writes Leanna Byrne.
Last week, Intel and Trinity signed an agreement that will focus on three areas: talent, research and national policy on research and education.
The agreement was signed by Intel’s head of Irish operations, Eamonn Sinnott and the Provost for Trinity College, Patrick Prendergast.
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