National Funding bodies

Enterprise Ireland LogoEnterprise Ireland is the government agency responsible for the development and promotion of the indigenous business sector. Funding is available for industry oriented research and the subsequent commercialisation of research. Enterprise Ireland also offers a range of supports and funding to companies that wish to engage in R&D. Click here for further information

Research Office Contact : 

Terri Deane
Email: t.deane@ucc.ie
Tel: 021 490 2540

EPA logoEffective management of the environment is increasingly science-driven. Through its research and development programme, the Environmental Protection Agency is generating the knowledge and expertise needed to protect and manage Ireland's environment. Click here for further information

Research Office Contact :

Patricia Deasy
Email: patricia.deasy@ucc.ie
Tel: 021 490 3399

Health Research Board‌The Health Research Board (HRB) supports research that will create new knowledge and evidence to benefit people’s health through clinical research, patient-oriented research, population health sciences research and health services research. Click here for further information

 

Research Office Contact : 

Patricia Deasy
Email: patricia.deasy@ucc.ie 
Tel: 021 490 3399

Irish Research CouncilThe Irish Research Council was established by a merger of the Irish Research Council for Humanities and Social Sciences and (IRCHSS) and the Irish Research Council for Science, Engineering and Technology (IRCSET).

Research Office Contact: 

Patricia Deasy
Email: patricia.deasy@ucc.ie
Tel: 021 490 3399

science foundation of ireland logo‌SFI provides grants for researchers from around the world who wish to relocate to Ireland and those already based in Ireland, for outstanding investigators, for conferences and symposia, and for collaboration with industry. The majority of SFI awards are in the fields of science and engineering underpinning three Government-prioritised industrial sectors: biotechnology (Bio), information and communications technology (ICT) and sustainable energy and energy-efficient technologies. Click here for further information.

Research Office Contact:

Terri Deane 
Email: t.deane@ucc.ie
Tel: 021 490 2540

Researcher Career Development

Sustainable Energy Authority Of Ireland (SEAI) Logo

The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) aims to play a leading role in transforming Ireland into a society based on sustainable energy structures, technologies and practices. One of their key objectives is to support evidence-based responses that engage all actors, supporting innovation and enterprise for a low-carbon future. SEAI operates a number of programmes that provide financial supports to demonstrate superior energy technologies or provide essential support in specifically identified sectors.
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Teagasc Logo‌Teagasc is the Irish institute responsible for research in agricultural production, the environment and the rural economy. Their research remit includes the dairy, beef, sheep, cereals, pig sectors as well as alternative enterprises such as forestry and bioenergy. Click here for more information

Research Office Contact:

Patricia Deasy
Email: patricia.deasy@ucc.ie
Tel: 021 490 3399

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