Microsoft DreamSpace, Boston Scientific Clonmel and Ulster University/Avellino have been announced as winners of the 2020 US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards, sponsored by KPMG and Ulster Bank with media support from The Irish Times.
Jointly presented by the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland and the Royal Irish Academy, the awards are in their sixth year. They were broadcast virtually and speakers included Irish Ambassador to the US Dan Mulhall and Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris TD.
The awards recognise excellence in research innovation, creation and invention by an organisation, as a result of US Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Ireland.
Commenting on the awards , KPMG Managing Partner Seamus Hand said; “Highlighting Ireland’s innovation capability is a key factor in continually strengthening our FDI appeal and these awards are an exceptional showcase for Irish based innovation. We congratulate all of the winners for their achievements and commend the American Chamber of Commerce and The Royal Irish Academy for a hugely successful awards programme.”
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