Sfi Research

19 results

Minister for Business Heather Humphreys and Minister of State for Training John Halligan at the announcement of the  investment of more than €100 million in six new SFI centres for research training.

The newly-launched Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) centres for research training programme is aimed at meeting future digital and information communi(...)

Prof Séamus Davis graduated with  a BSc in Physics at UCC in 1983 and has since gone on to become a leading global figure in the field of quantum matter. Photograph: Clare Keogh

The first in a series of world-class academic appointments aimed at capitalising on Brexit and uncertainty in the US is to be announced on Wednesday. (...)

The development of genetic sequencing and the discovery and use of biomarkers has now given clinicians new tools to apply this personalised approach. Photograph: iStock

Research in Ireland is advancing progress in personalised and targeted medicines, particularly in the area of oncology, which leads to better treatmen(...)

Research and development: Ireland is now ranked 11th internationally for the quality of its scientific research, an improvement of more than 20 places since 2005. Photograph: Getty

Industry engagement with research has grown dramatically since the establishment of Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) in 2003. “We’ve come a long way i(...)

At the FutureNeuro SFI research centre launched at RCSI in Dublin, from left,  Prof David Henshall, professor of molecular physiology and neuroscience at RCSI and centre director for FutureNeuro; Jack Banks, PhD student at the FutureNeuro Centre; Minister for Business,  Heather Humphreys,  and Prof Mark Ferguson, director general of Science Foundation Ireland. Photograph: Julien Behal Photography

A new research centre based at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland aims to help transform the lives of 800,000 people in Ireland currently affect(...)

On the research image of the year shortlist: A 3D printed miniature model of Trinity College’s iconic Campanile shown in front of a housefly (Musca domestica). The model is only 2mm tall. It was fabricated using 3D two-photon lithography in AMBER’s new Additive Research Laboratory, where a unique suite of cutting edge Additive Manufacturing tools - 3D printers - are used in cross platform projects including energy storage systems, opto-electronics and medical devices. Photograph: Dr Matthias Kremer TCD

A scientist who is one the world’s leading researchers on nanoscale materials has received the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Researcher of the Year(...)

I-Form is working with Irish company Croom Precision Medical to test a highly advanced new process-monitoring and control technology for production-scale 3D printing. Photograph: Wladimir Bulgar/Getty Images/Science Photo Library

Manufacturing processes are undergoing a transformation every bit as profound as the original industry revolution. Data science, artificial intelligen(...)

A  further €5.75 million is to be spent in developing the site, according to Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Michael Creed.  Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

A move to establish a major “bioeconomy” in Ireland has received a significant boost with a major new research centre in Co Tipperary announced on Thu(...)

I-Form’s director, Prof Denis Dowling, said the centre was working with industry to deliver the next level of understanding for complex manufacturing processes.

A €22 million advanced manufacturing research centre was launched in University College Dublin on Monday with the mission of shaping the future of man(...)

Brexit presents more opportunities than downsides for the Irish scientific research community, says Prof Mark Ferguson, director general of Science Foundation Ireland. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Uncertainty in the UK and US scientific communities because of combined effects of Brexit and Donald Trump’s controversial policies could provide Irel(...)

  • 1
  • 2
  • Next
  • Last »