Author: Louise Kelly

On the 7th of December Minister Humphreys announced €65 million for 16 groundbreaking projects under Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund (DTIF).  The DTIF is one of the first funds of its type in the world, 16 projects funded under the second call, will change how we work and live. IMR in conjunction with Radisens Diagnostic, Trinity College Dublin and PolyPico Technologies are delighted to be part of a very exciting project aimed at providing a point of care Ferritin testing for at-risk populations. The Fund is delivering on Pillar 1 of the Government’s Future Jobs Ireland framework – Embracing Innovation and Technological Change – by funding the development and deployment of disruptive innovative technologies on a commercial basis. It is one of the first funds of its type in the world and is aimed at tackling national and global challenges to secure the jobs of the future. The full press release is available here: https://dbei.gov.ie/en/News-And-Events/Department-News/2019/December/07122019.html