SFI is the largest funder of competitive research in Ireland.
We believe in driving STEM-led innovation to address society's greatest challenges
We are committed to supporting educators as they shape
tomorrow's greatest minds.
We partner with lots of organisations to support and deliver STEM events in Ireland, from large scale scientific conferences to exciting public events such as Science Week.
We believe in the ability of the research we fund to effect
positive change in the world.
SFI Research Centres are making important scientific advances, enhancing enterprise and industry, training students with critical, in-demand skills, supporting regional development, and enhancing Ireland’s international reputation.
3D printing competition invites you to ‘Shape the Future’ for a sustainable world
SFI-supported UCC study finds plastics in deep submarine canyon
Science Foundation Ireland’s 2018 Annual Report highlights 43% increase in research funding from industry to €46 million
Science Foundation Ireland welcomes announcement of four prestigious Royal Society-SFI University Research Fellowships
Irish puffins tracked by GPS reveal they have adapted their behaviour to use tides when foraging
Early career researchers aim to solve environmental and social issues at unique summer school
Appointment of Prof Mark Ferguson to the post of Chair of the EIC Advisory Board
Game of Microbes Winter is Coming!
Science Foundation Ireland host leading European scientific advisors at two-day meeting
Vetting the data revolution: a publication and campaign to get people asking about the quality of data science
AMBER to create 350 new research positions from 2019-2025
Ministers Humphreys and Halligan announce winners of Science Foundation Ireland Discover Primary Science and Maths Awards
Professor in Infectious Diseases Joins NUI Galway to Lead €5 million Project to Tackle Major Parasitic Diseases
New facilities established in NUI Galway to accelerate the development of next generation biomaterials and advanced manufacturing technologies.
New research could help predict seizures before they happen