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Science Program announced for Euroscience Open Forum 2012 in Dublin
Date:2/18/2012

partners across the world.

The Irish Government is strongly supporting the Euroscience Open Forum coming to Dublin this summer. Following ten years commitment to science, Ireland's reputation is on the up and according to Director of Enterprise and International Affairs at Science Foundation Ireland (SFI), Dr Ruth Freeman,'Irish Science has been on an upward trajectory for the past decade. In terms of international rankings for research quality, Ireland has climbed from 36th globally in 2003 to a top-20 position consistently since 2008. SFI, the Irish Government's science agency, currently facilitates over 1,700 international collaborations spanning 58 countries, and SFI funded researchers collaborate with over 500 companies, exemplifying our connectivity.'

Early Bird registration

Early bird registration is open until 28th March, standard fees apply close of early bird discounts. To register please visit http://www.esof2012.org

Visit http://www.esof2012.org for full details on ESOF 2012 Science Programme.
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Contact: Breda O'Brien
breda.obrien@chiefscientificadviser.ie
353-873-744-190
Euroscience Open Forum 2012
Source:Eurekalert

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