Irish Research Council For Science

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Irish Research Council For Science, Engineering And Technology - Timeline
... 2001 Established in June of this year by the Minister for Education and Science in Ireland ... Launched the basic research grant scheme, jointly with Enterprise Ireland in December 2002 Launched the postgraduate research scholarship awards 2003 Launched the postdoctoral fellowship awards 2006 Launched the ... centre of excellence and achievement in research by encouraging students and researchers to pursue a full-time career in their research area ...

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