Research, Development & Innovation

Ireland’s dynamic RD&I sector is driven by an exceptional level of collaboration between industry, academia, government agencies and regulatory authorities, backed by a pro-business Government policy.

In 2009 the number of investments in RD&I increased 10% on 2008. This equates to 49% of all investments secured during the year.
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