MCCI announces further growth and high performance for Ireland’s microelectronics industry

The Microelectronic Circuits Centre Ireland (MCCI) is one of Ireland’s highest performing research centres with a return on investment ratio of 4:1 to date on government investment at the centre. At the launch of the MCCI Annual Report yesterday, it was announced that the centre has further increased research revenue from €7.5 million in 2018…

Tyndall is leading the way in ‘game changing’ technology in the digital health sector

More than €4 million will be invested in a digital health project to bring a potentially lifesaving smart cardiac monitoring patch to life. An innovative new technology could revolutionise the digital health sector and in turn, crucially alleviate some of the stress on the healthcare system. ‘SmartVista’ is a wearable biosensor which tracts patient data as…

Tyndall welcomes €8 million in disruptive technologies innovation funding

One of Europe’s leading technology research centres, Tyndall National Institute at University College Cork, will be involved in four key industry projects worth several million following the recent announcement of the Disruptive Technologies Innovation Funding. Tyndall teams, in collaboration with industry partners, will be driving disruptive innovation on the key areas of connected health, smart…

Tyndall National Institute secures record €7 million in Horizon 2020 funding

As one of Europe’s leading research centres and Ireland’s national institute for high-tech hardware, Tyndall has been awarded over €7 million for research projects in the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme. Tyndall secured €5.4 million in its own right and facilitated a further €1.83 million for five Irish partner companies in eight EU-wide technology innovation projects. This is…