We develop, promote and co-ordinate innovation, research and development policy. We influence the European and International research agenda to allow research and enterprise in Ireland avail of opportunities arising through research programmes. We fund Enterprise Ireland, SFI and the Programme for Research in Third Level Institution. We develop intellectual property policy, prepare legislation and provide an intellectual property regime which reflects the international law environment and best practice.
Ireland places 9th in the European Innovation Scoreboard 2020
24th June 2020
Brain injury detection device for newborns wins Student Entrepreneur Awards 2020 (Supported by the Department of Business Enterprise and Innovation)
12th June 2020
Minister Humphreys announces 11 new COVID-19 research and innovation projects building on previous investment
9th June 2020
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