Academic research collaboration is a huge business for the University of Dublin and it will be important for the future of the school if it is to remain viable.
In an article on the new research aggregations, which have been launched in Ireland and elsewhere in Europe, the Dublin University’s Research and Innovation Centre said that over the coming months, there are a number of new and exciting opportunities for academics working on research projects across Ireland.
The first new aggregator is called The Academic Research Network, which is being launched in Cork, which will bring together academic research projects from all over the world, including the UK, Germany, and Australia.
The Dublin University also has a new academic collaboration platform called the Collaborative Research Platform, which brings together academics from different countries around the world.
In a statement on its website, the University said that the new aggregators are “the first step towards building a world-class research ecosystem in Ireland, where research is being driven by innovative and creative collaboration”.
“They provide a forum for academics to work together and to explore what work they are passionate about and where they think research is most relevant.
These aggregators allow for a level of collaboration and collaboration that is essential for the continued survival of the University and the wider economy.”
The Dublin Academic Research Group said it was thrilled with the introduction of the aggregators and is looking forward to working with them over the next few months.
In its statement, the academic research group said that academic research will be more efficient and more productive with these new aggregates and that it hoped the new platforms will help the university to continue to be an efficient and productive research institution.