The Engineering and Physical Science Research Council centre for doctoral training is collaborating with the world-leading SFI research centres and UK higher education institutions as part of a €38.6 million research and development project.
CÚRAM is the Science Foundation Ireland Centre for Research in Medical Devices and it has now received a substantial amount of the €38.6 million joint funding for doctoral training as part of a UK and Ireland joint initiative in training students.
The funding is the outcome of a new partnership between science foundation Ireland and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), which is part of UK Research and Innovation.
A large portion of the funding will go towards training students in non-animal technology and regenerative medicine sectors. The training will result in students possessing multidisciplinary, high-value skills in the design, creation and application of new non-animal technology platforms to accelerate therapeutic discovery.
Research and development collaborations between Ireland and the UK as well as the rest of the world is a priority for the Irish government and the department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation is thrilled to be working with the EPSRC on the program.
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