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Plans for the provision of a new co-working hub in Athlone have made initial progress following the recent announcement that a sum totalling €90,000 under the Just Transition Fund will go towards an in-depth feasibility study to determine its future.
From sustainable Black Soldier Fly farming to a Third Arm for farm safety, the most innovative Irish agri-tech and agri-engineering products were announced today by Minister of State for Business, Employment and Retail, Damien English TD.
Professor Conor Brady, the former Editor of The Irish Times, has been appointed an Honorary Professor at NUI Galway. Professor Brady will work with NUI Galway in the development of a new innovation stream on the University’s MA in Journalism programme, designed to prepare graduates to work in future roles as digital content creators and innovators in the media industry.
Addressing a recent meeting of Athlone and Moate Municipal District, Fianna Fáil Councillor, Frankie Keena, informed his fellow elected representatives that work had commenced pertaining to the provision of a temporary upgrading of the Athlone water treatment plant at Marine View.
The agencies involved in enterprise support and economic development in Mayo have come together to agree the Mayo Economic Recovery Plan, which contains a series of actions to support the local economic recovery effort.
Roscommon-Galway Fine Gael Senator, Aisling Dolan, is calling for the establishment of a Jobs Taskforce for Ballinasloe in light of potential job losses at manufacturing company Aptar.
Three NUI Galway start-ups — Feeltech, Nua Surgical, and BlueDrop Medical — are among the 2020 winners of Health Innovation Hub Ireland’s (HIHI) call for innovative ideas from companies, start-ups, and SMEs. The nationwide health innovation competition is directed at companies which have an innovative product, solution, or service that are at pre-commercial or late development phase with the potential to significantly impact Irish healthcare.
Millions awarded in Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund to NUI Galway teams partnering with local companies
NUI Galway researchers and company partners have been awarded over €10.3 million in Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund (DTIF). The Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund was established under Project Ireland 2040 and is run by the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation with administrative support from Enterprise Ireland.
For his determination and human-centered approach to design, Mayo native Aaron Hannon, Ireland has been selected as a 2020 JCI Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the World (JCI TOYP) Honoree in the category of Medical Innovation.
Significant funding has been allocated to Athlone Institute of Technology towards the purchase of equipment to carry out vital Research and Development projects, Longford/Westmeath Fine Gael Deputy, Peter Burke, confirmed this week.