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Irish FP7 drawdown passes €300m

Researchers in Ireland have won more than €300 million in research support under FP7 and the country remains on target to achieve the goal of reaching €600m over the programme’s seven-year life to 2013.

Ireland’s success was highlighted on 24 June when the research commissioner, Marie Geoghegan-Quinn, joined the minister for jobs, enterprise and innovation, Richard Bruton, in encouraging more researchers to seek EU funding.

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