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The 2016 Research and Innovation Conference & Exhibition on the 3rd March 2016 in Croke Park will hear from an impressive line-up of industry leaders, academics and government agencies who will engage in a stimulating blend of key note addresses and debates.
Agenda 2020 is an ambitious plan to position Ireland as a global knowledge leader and a major hub of scientific and engineering research. The inaugural Innovate Ireland 2015 Conference & Exhibition brought together over 600 senior management and technical experts from the most innovative Irish and global companies that is involved in cutting edge research and innovation as well as key influencers, decision markers and technical experts from government and academia. This gathering of the leaders in research and innovation from industries such as pharma, medtech, biotech, life sciences, energy & Environment, food & agri, health, transport, chemical, ICT etc is to assist advance the agenda of placing Ireland at the heart of research and innovation.
The 2016 event will build upon the success of that event and will bring together over 1000 leaders in research and innovation from the leading industries in Ireland as well as key government bodies, research bodies and researchers that are instrumental in creating cutting edge research and bringing that research to market.
The 100+ speaker lineup over 8 stages includes industry leaders from sectors such as pharma, medtech, biotech, life sciences, energy & Environment, food & agri, health, transport, chemical, ICT etc. These leading speakers will deliverer compelling case studies, technical presentations and highly topical presentations that can equip you with the knowledge needed to push forward your own research and innovation and be part of creating a more innovative Ireland.
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Delegates have already registered from leading pharma, medtech, biotech, life sciences, energy & Environment, food & agri , health, chemical, ICT etc as well as key universities, research bodies and government and funding agencies.
Attend on March 3rd 2016 to help play a major part in putting Ireland at the centre of the global R&D community