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Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund – Call 2 opening June 5th

On Wednesday 5th June, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys, together with Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe, will open Call 2 of the Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund (DTIF).

The launch will take place at a wider event to launch Pillar 1 of Future Jobs Ireland, which is focused on “Embracing Innovation and Technological Change”.

The DTIF is about developing and deploying innovative technologies for commercial use through collaborations between enterprises in Ireland, drawing on excellent publicly-funded research where …

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Enterprise Ireland indicate changes on the way to their RD&I schemes

At our Financing and Driving Innovation seminar on May 17th, Gearoid Mooney, Manager Research & Innovation Division, Enterprise Ireland gave an outline of the expected changes to their support schemes for Research & Innovation. The changes incorporate more clarity and emphasis on areas of support along with some procedural changes. Together, they are expected to make the scheme more clearly relevant to EI clients engaging in the development of new or substantially improved products/processes or services.. Working towards …

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Marie Curie Actions & EURAXESS Seminar

The focus of this event is to inform companies about the Marie Curie Actions and the new EURAXESS Business Interface.  Full details and booking at the end of this post.

Thursday, 14th November, 2o13

10.00 – 1.00pm, DCU Ryan Academy, Citywest, Dublin

You are also invited to check out this video from Commissioner Máire Geoghegan-Quinn on Horizon 2020 to further inform yourself and your business as to the opportunities under this forthcoming programme.

Marie Curie Actions, which is …

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The Advisory Council on Science, Technology and Innovation (ACSTI) today (20th June 2012) made a series of recommendations on how best to support research centres in Ireland with a view to optimising future potential social and economic returns from State investments in research, development and innovation (RD&I).

Sean Sherlock T.D., the Minister for Research and Innovation commented, “As part of the next stage of the evolution of Ireland’s national research system, we need to focus on maximising the economic impact …

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