Science

Making Technological Knowledge Work : A Study of the Absorptive Capacity of Irish SMEs

3.3.5 Technological capabilities Despite their intense innovation activity, the majority of companies would benefit from some external help in sustaining both internal product and

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Legislating for Competitive Advantage in E business in Information & Communications Technologies

Action: Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform, Courts Service.. 1 Denis Kelleher BCL NUI, BL is a practising barrister specialising in information technology law and commercial

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Ireland's Nanotechnology Commercialisation Framework 2010 2014, August 2010

Steering Group: Build on areas where existing research is of high quality citations/publications and output publications/NP; Maximise overlap with existing industrial base – local and

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The Funding for Research and Technology Development in SMEs

National Operational Programmes under the EU Fourth Framework Programme for European Community Support Framework Research and Technological for Ireland 1994-1999 Development 1994-1998

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From Research to the Marketplace : Patent Registration and Technology Transfer in Ireland

In this chapter we look at technology transfer in Ireland: How research institutions and universities interact with industry; and how the perceived culture clash between the two can be

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Fourth Framework Programme in Ireland

In simple terms, EI was primarily responsible for the operational aspects of FP4 in Ireland and for handling the interface with the Commission at the Specific Programme level, while

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The Fourth Community Innovation Survey First Findings

Organisational activity rates were higher for all types of industrial firms large, medium IRELAND – Forfás Innovation Survey - The 4th Community Innovation Survey “First Findings”...

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Forfás Evaluation of Irish Membership of EMBL, March 2010

 the impact of EMBL membership to date in terms of achieving the goals of the Strategy for Science, Technology and Innovation 2006-2013;  the degree to which the facilities accessed

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Evaluation of The Technology Centre Programme

The financial viability of these centres will depend, in the short term at least, on continued support from the host institution in terms of provision of subsidised accommodation,

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An Evaluation of the RTDI for Collaboration Programme: Main Report

Innovation Partnerships, which aim to build R&D partnerships between industry and the Third Level Institutions The Commercialisation Fund, which finances ‘technology push’ projects

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Evaluation of the Applied Research Programme

Evaluation of the Applied Research Programme 1988-94 4.6 Relationship with other S&T Grant Schemes 4.6.1 Relationship with the HEIC R&D Scheme A comparison of ARP participants over the

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Evaluation of the Advanced Manufacturing Technology Programme

Our brief to evaluate AMT Ireland covered a the appropriateness for Ireland of the niche technology areas in which it is involved b the suitability of its current objectives, and the

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Evaluation of Teltec Ireland

They and the Directorate should be supported by ‘lead SROs’ in the Centres • The present fixed management fee paid to the Universities should be replaced by performance-driven, variable

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Evaluation of Framework Programme 6 in Ireland, December 2009

In addition, we make the following more specific recommendations for strengthening Ireland’s participation in the Framework Programmes, most of which should be taken up by the national

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Evaluation of Agency Supports for R&D Performed in the Business Sector: Final Report – Part 1 – Main Report, 25 October 2004

EI uses Capability grants mostly as an element of a total financial package to support start-up companies, rather than as a targeted mechanism to achieve significant scale-up in

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Europe's Search for Excellence in Basic Research Symposium

Some of the issues raised during these discussions include: a perceived gap between Europe and its competitors and this has also been challenged; the need to improve the environment for

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eBusiness: Where Are We and Where Do We Go From Here?

Change in Rate of Adoption Fears of a sustained recession in the US, the downturn in the technology sector, and the subsequent shift in investment interest from dot-coms pure-play

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eBusiness Monitor Report

From a review of the policies underpinning the eBusiness adoption successes of the case study countries, some key conclusions emerge: there is no “one size fits all” policy solution to

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