Intel's research announcement boosts 'innovation centre' hopes
from Irish Times
The Government's ambition to turn Ireland into an innovation centre received a boost from Intel this week when the U.S. chip manufacturer announced research partnerships with two Irish universities, an indication that the long road from laboratory to commercial application is a journey worth taking. A $1.5 million collaboration with the Tyndall National Institute in University College Cork is already under way, and two projects started in Crann, the Trinity College nanoscience centre, have been transferred to Intel's research facility in Portland, Ore. Intel works with around 100 universities across the globe but there is only one other example of a Tyndall-like collaboration.
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