Ireland Funds Proteomics Center, Hoping to Attract More Industry Research to Green Island | GenomeWeb

Ireland may not be the first country that comes to mind when proteomics research is discussed, but this might soon change. On May 1, the Irish government invested €42 million ($48.2 million) to establish three CSETs or Centers for Science, Engineering and Technology, one of which will be focusing on proteomics. These centers — located at the universities of Cork, Dublin, and Galway — were chosen from 26 applications and will foster research and technology development through partnerships between academic scientists and industry.

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