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Scholarship Launch

IBIF is proud to announce the launch of the Irish Bioengineering Innovation Forum Scholarship. The scholarship offers funding for successful candidates to carry out conceptual design analysis and preliminary system design to ensure concept feasibility. Successful applicants will also be provided with support and facilities to support their feasibility analysis. Further details including the IBIF Scholarship application form can be found on the website.
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POSTED BY Admin ON March 9, 2017


IBIF Launch

We are pleased to announce the launch of the Irish Bioengineering Innovation Forum (IBIF). Our goal is to create a forum, bringing together clinicians and engineers to identify unmet clinical needs and devise unique solutions. IBIF also offers funding for successful candidates to carry out conceptual design analysis and preliminary system design to ensure concept feasibility.
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POSTED BY Admin ON March 9, 2017


BioInnovate Ireland Partnership

IBIF is delighted to announce a partnership with the BioInnovate Ireland program. BioInnovate is a unique style of programme, combining multiple disciplines and institutions, as well as academics, clinicians and industry, to foster an environment of innovation and creativity, strengthen the Medtech sector in Ireland, and Irelands presence in the international market. The impetus for development of this specialist training programme emerged from both the Innovation Taskforce Report (section 8.5) and the Fórfás report on Future Skills Needs of the Irish Medical Devices Sector 2007-2013. Both made recommendations on how to embed product design teaching and research in Irish Universities, and how to shift design education to a model where creativity and innovation are encouraged, with the Fórfás Report making particular reference to the Stanford Biodesign programme. Bioinnovate Ireland, a Medical Device Innovation Programme based on the Biodesign programme at Stanford was developed to address this need with the firm support of the Irish MedtechAssociation (IMA) and Enterprise Ireland (EI). BioInnovate aims to harness clinical, academic and industry expertise to train leaders in medical device innovation, train the next generation of medtech entrepreneurs, and build on the existing infrastructure of the medical device eco-system to foster and deliver innovation within existing and emerging companies in the sector.
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POSTED BY Admin ON February 7, 2018

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