A 21,500 square foot incubator/accelerator facility in the new Greenway Hub located at Dublin Institute of Technology campus in Grangegorman.
On Thursday, 1st December, DIT Hothouse licensed the game-changing antimicrobial technology that has been proven to provide a 99.99% reduction in harmful bacteria and fungi, including MRSA and E.coli to Kastus.
DIT Hothouse congratulates New Frontiers Alumnus, Dublin Design Studio, for winning the prestigious Irish Times Innovation Award for Creative Industries 2016.
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DIT Hothouse spinout Kastus has raised €1.5m investment as it seeks to boost international sales of its antimicrobial technology to control superbugs
This new antimicrobial technology was developed by the Research Team in the Centre for Research in Engineering Surface Technology (CREST) of the Dublin Institute of Technology.
DIT Hothouse Centre Director, Tom Flanagan joined Today FM's Conall O'Morain to speak about the startup and entrepreneur programme New Frontiers.