21 April 2023

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€7m in technology funding for Galway projects

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€7m in technology funding for Galway projects

Galway Bay fm newsroom – Almost 7 million euro in funding has been awarded to three Galway organisations.

Inverin-based company, ÉireComposites Teo, is involved in a project receiving €2.5m

While the manufacturing company is also part of a group, alongside the University of Galway and Westside-based Mbryonics Ltd, being awarded €4.1m.

The Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund supports enterprises, SMEs and Irish research institutions.

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