The US-Ireland R&D Partnership links researchers across Ireland, Northern Ireland and the United States. This collaborative approach helps to accelerate innovation in a number of key sectors including health, energy and sustainability.
To date the partnership has raised $114M and funded 58 projects.
In the video below, you will find out how the US-Ireland R&D partnership works first-hand. Researchers from Trinity College Dublin, Colorado State University and Queen’s University Belfast tell us about their experience.
US Ireland R&D Partnership – Agriculture 2020 Call for new research applications
The National Institute of Food and Agriculture has published the 2020 Agriculture & Food Research Initiative (AFRI) Foundation Programme Request for Applications. The Department for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) and the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine (DAFM) are extremely pleased to confirm that the funding collaboration with the National Institute of Food and Agriculture will continue, through the US-Ireland Research & Development partnership in Agriculture.
The Programme Priority Areas within the AFRI Foundation Programme RFA that are eligible for co-funding by DAERA and DAFM are:
– Pests and Beneficial Species in Agricultural Production Systems;
– Animal Nutrition, Growth, and Lactation;
– Welfare and Well-being of Agricultural Animals;
– Diseases of Agricultural Animals;
– Animal Breeding and Functional Annotation of Genomes;
– Mitigating Antimicrobial Resistance Across the Food Chain.
Further information including application forms and Frequently Asked Questions are available on their respective websites;
The US-Ireland R&D Partnership is a tri-jurisdictional alliance which was officially launched in 2006. Its aim is to promote collaborative innovative research projects which create value above and beyond individual efforts.
To date 55 projects have been successfully funded under the partnership across key sectors including agriculture, health, science and engineering, telecommunication energy and sustainability and cyber security. Funding raised to December 2019 is valued at $101.486m, £70.555m, €84.898m.
Each jurisdiction is offered a unique opportunity to advance research interests, healthcare and economic development in areas prioritised as:
14th January 2019
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