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... Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering and Technology or simply IRCSET was an independent and autonomous research funding and monitoring body established in June ... IRCSET was one of the two research councils in Ireland through which Irish Government provided its state-funded scholarships to a limited number of researchers each year who are designated as ... In March 2012, the Irish Government merged IRCSET with its sister organisation, the Irish Research Council for Humanities and Social Sciences (IRCHSS), thereby forming the ...
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