Technical and Executive Recruitment Specialists
Connect With Us  

Your career search begins here…

Submit Your CV

Send Me Job Alerts

Research centre for €2bn plastics industry opens at Athlone Institute of Technology

Post-graduate researcher Paddy Doran (right) shows Minister for Research and Innovation Seán Sherlock, TD, the process of extruding strands

Designed to deliver technology-based solutions for companies in Ireland

A new research centre for the development of new plastic technologies with far-reaching applications across multiple sectors has opened at the Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT).

Minister for Research and Innovation Seán Sherlock, TD, opened the Applied Polymer Technology (APT) Gateway at AIT, as part of an international plastics conference attended by more than 100 delegates.

APT Ireland is part of an Enterprise Ireland-funded nationwide network of technology gateways, designed to deliver technology-based solutions for companies in Ireland.

The All-Ireland New Technology Forum and Society of Plastics Engineers annual conference has been co-hosted by AIT and Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT), in association with IDA Ireland, Enterprise Ireland, Plastics Ireland and IBEC.

“The research centre will create practical and pragmatic solutions to the problems facing the plastics industry, which includes sectors as diverse as medical devices, pharmaceutical, automotive, packaging, renewable energy, construction and recycling.”

Dr. Seán Lyons, APT Ireland’s Manager

Tags : , ,

Share:

Submit Your CV

Send in your CV today and we'll do
our best to match the most
suitable positions for you.

Send Me Job Alerts

Stay up to date with the latest jobs
entered onto our system,
emailed to your inbox.

Careerwise Recruitment



most common interview questions August 13, 2018 How To Answer the Most Common Interview Questions in Ireland 2018
Executive recruitment Ireland August 6, 2018 How To Get An Executive Job
human resources jobs ireland July 23, 2018 5 Top Human Resources Job Skills Employers Are Seeking
Career in Pharma July 16, 2018 Why Choose A Career In Pharma In Ireland?

Research centre for €2bn plastics industry opens at Athlone Institute of Technology

Post-graduate researcher Paddy Doran (right) shows Minister for Research and Innovation Seán Sherlock, TD, the process of extruding strands

Designed to deliver technology-based solutions for companies in Ireland

A new research centre for the development of new plastic technologies with far-reaching applications across multiple sectors has opened at the Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT).

Minister for Research and Innovation Seán Sherlock, TD, opened the Applied Polymer Technology (APT) Gateway at AIT, as part of an international plastics conference attended by more than 100 delegates.

APT Ireland is part of an Enterprise Ireland-funded nationwide network of technology gateways, designed to deliver technology-based solutions for companies in Ireland.

The All-Ireland New Technology Forum and Society of Plastics Engineers annual conference has been co-hosted by AIT and Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT), in association with IDA Ireland, Enterprise Ireland, Plastics Ireland and IBEC.

“The research centre will create practical and pragmatic solutions to the problems facing the plastics industry, which includes sectors as diverse as medical devices, pharmaceutical, automotive, packaging, renewable energy, construction and recycling.”

Dr. Seán Lyons, APT Ireland’s Manager

Tags : , ,

Share:

Subscribe to Newsletter

By continuing you are consenting to allow CareerWise Recruitment to process and retain your data in accordance with our Privacy Policy for the purposes of receiving our newsletter. If you have any queries wish to withdraw or amend your consent please do not hesitate to contact us data@careerwise.ie.