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€13.7m for fresh talent

Early-career researchers working on topics such as treatments for cancer, mine remediation, pollinators and gamma-ray observations have received €13.7 million from Science Foundation Ireland.

A total of 22 projects received funding under the 2018 round of the Career Development Award programme, a scheme to help maintain a supply of quality researchers, the foundation said in a statement released on 25 April.

The grants cover a broad sweep of areas including energy, materials, environment and health. The value of awards range from €443,653 up to €504,729, and two of the projects will be co-funded by Sustainable Energy Authority Ireland. 

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