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November 2nd, 2009

Ireland’s competitiveness in ICT enhanced as Tánaiste opens new €48.7 million research building at Tyndall National Institute, Cork

Abstract:
Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Mary Coughlan T.D, today (Monday 2nd November 2009) officially opened the Government funded Tyndall National Institute's new state-of-the-art research building, representing a remarkable addition to Ireland's capabilities in nanoscale semiconductor research. The Tánaiste also announced that Tyndall will host the Enterprise Ireland-funded Competence Centre for Applied Nanotechnology, an industry-led research initiative involving some of the world's leading companies such as multinationals Intel, Seagate, Medtronic and Analog Devices and Irish companies Aerogen, Audit Diagnostics, Creganna and Proxy Biomedical which is also supported by IDA Ireland.

The Competence Centre for Applied Nanotechnology was established by the companies coming together to define their common research interests, which will have a strategic impact on their business area in the coming years. The Centre will be hosted in Tyndall National Institute's new state-of-the-art research building which accommodates, under one roof, research into advanced materials, device fabrication, packaging and integration and their translation into practical, industrially-relevant systems.

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