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Image; www.irelandbeforeyoudie.com European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth Mariya Gabriel and Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris TD have today (Thursday) launched the European Union’s new research and investment programme, Horizon Europe. Horizon Europe will be the biggest programme
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Trinity College Dublin has recently announced the first phase of the planned Grand Canal Innovation District (GCID) – its proposed Innovation Hub. The Innovation Hub will “provide space for entrepreneurs, start-ups and innovation teams from large corporates,” according to a press release. It will be the venue for organised regular events to bring together academics, […]
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Public Service-wide Innovation Week takes place from today (Monday 19th) until 23rd October. The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Michael McGrath TD, today (Monday) launched Public Service Innovation Week. Innovation Week provides us with an opportunity to highlight the importance of continuous improvement in our Public Service. For Ireland to succeed we need a
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A new LGMA project to apply robotics to Core reporting is among 34 diverse projects that have successfully secured funding from this year’s call under the Public Service Innovation Fund. A number of local authority projects have also been awarded funding. The Innovation Fund is an initiative of the Our Public Service 2020 reform strategy […]
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‘Tangent, Trinity’s Ideas Workspace’ hopes to build upon Trinity’s position as a European leader in innovation and entrepreneurship and Dublin as a location of choice for technology investment and new start-up creation. Innovation experts and student entrepreneurs gathered for the launch of ‘Tangent, Trinity’s Ideas Workspace’. This exciting new initiative at Trinity
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Launched in 2014 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) is an Enterprise Ireland initiative connecting public sector bodies to organisations and companies with innovative ideas, aimed at solving prevalent issues across local communities nationwide. Contracting authorities can approach Enterprise Ireland with a problem they can’t find solution to in the current market