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Frontiers for the Future aims to boost children’s health

Image: Royal Society of New Zealand

More than 60 grants awarded under Science Foundation Ireland’s push to deliver impact

Science Foundation Ireland has launched a major funding round to tackle societal problems—including improving children’s health through better medical treatments—with a budget of €42 million.

The Frontiers for the Future Programme will finance large-scale research projects at 13 higher education institutions in the country. According to the SFI, the programme provides opportunities for independent investigators to conduct highly innovative, collaborative research with the potential to deliver impact.

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