16 June 2023

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University of Galway secures national funding for 7 science projects

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University of Galway secures national funding for 7 science projects

Galway Bay fm newsroom – University of Galway has secured national funding for seven science research projects.

A total of €42m in grants are being given to projects under the SFI Frontiers for the Future Programme.

The awards, aimed at supporting research across the higher education sector, were unveiled by Minister Simon Harris.

The University of Galway projects range in areas from climate change to advanced medical treatment research.

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