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IDA Ireland
The monthly ezine from IDA Ireland
Issue 98 December 2018
 
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INNOVATION NATION
Irish scientists use CRISPR to unlock cancer treatment
Using the gene-editing tool CRISPR, Trinity College Dublin scientists have discovered a potential therapy for synovial sarcoma, one of the most common soft tissue cancers in teenagers and young adults.
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Could this student’s project help launch quantum evolution?
At this year’s all-island SciFest 2018, fifth-year student Adam Kelly was named as the overall winner for his open source solution to stimulating quantum computing, a technology with incredible potential to change the world.
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TCD reveals €230m blueprint for the campus of the future
Trinity College Dublin has revealed its €230m capital programme to build the campus of the future as part of the university’s first Estates Strategy, incorporating a long-term refurbishment plan and conservation plan.
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LATEST NEWS FROM IDA IRELAND
Call open for fifth annual US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards
The call is now open for the fifth annual US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards. Make your application before the deadline: Wednesday, 19 December at 5pm. 
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Accela expands operation centre creating 30 new R&D jobs in Dublin
Cloud productivity software player Accela is to create 30 new jobs in Dublin as part of a three-year R&D project that will promote the long-term stability of the operation. 
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Tánaiste visits ground-breaking product development underway at Teva R&D centre
The Teva Waterford site is focused upon the research, development and production of next generation products for the treatment of respiratory conditions.  
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Init to drive tech employment in Maynooth with 20 new roles 
Intelligent transport systems provider Init will establish a software development centre in Maynooth, Co Kildare, creating 20 roles.
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World Nomads Group to create 60 new jobs in Cork
Australian travel insurance player World Nomads Group is planning to generate more than 60 new jobs in Cork in the coming 18 months.
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Park Place Technologies to hire 70 at new EMEA HQ in Cork
Ohio-headquartered data centre management firm Park Place Technologies will land on Irish shores and bring a wave of new tech roles to Cork.
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IN OTHER NEWS
Medical technology industry in Ireland (infographic)
Ireland is Europe’s premier location for medtech innovation, with nine of the top 10 global medical technology companies based here employing around 32,000 highly-skilled people and contributing €12.6bn in exports.
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The latest facts about Ireland 2018 (infographic)
In 2018, Ireland's economy is the fastest growing in the Eurozone and a committed member of the EU Single Market. It also has the youngest population in Europe, with more than half of 30-34-year-olds with a third-level qualification.
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Ireland’s economic and competitiveness update Q4
The latest IDA update for Q4 shows that sustained economic growth is strong, FDI continues rapidly expanding, the labour market is strengthening and Ireland will remain a core member of the EU single market and EU currency.
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AND FINALLY

OTHER IDA NEWS:


ALPS Electric celebrate its 30th Anniversary at facility in Millstreet, Co Cork

European headquarters of Entekra officially opens in Monaghan town

Agilent Ireland hosts open day for partners and customers


OTHER INNOVATION STORIES (powered by SR):

Disposable 3D-printed reactor scores global prize for Irish team

Ireland’s first early childhood research centre opens at DCU

Many children can tolerate peanuts using new allergy treatment
 
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