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CÚRAM signs exciting new agreement with Rutgers University, New Jersey

CÚRAM has announced it has signed a formal agreement with Rutgers University, New Jersey to share expertise in medical device research. The agreement between CÚRAM,...

SIRO investing €20 million in high speed city broadband

SIRO has this week announced plans to bring Gigabit speed broadband to tens of thousands people living in and around Galway city with a...

Neurent Medical’s Brian Shields is the Startup Founder of the Year

Brian Shields, founder of the local medtech startup Neurent Medical is Enterprise Ireland's Startup Founder of the Year. Mr Shields was named Founder of the...

Boston Scientific opens €60 million expansion to Galway campus

Boston Scientific has officially opened a €60 million expansion to its campus in Ballybrit today. The new facility is a three storey building which will...

Galway woman headed to national final of the Best Young Entrepreneur competition

An enterprising Galway woman is set to represent the city and county at the Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur national final. 30-year-old Elizabeth McGloughlin of Tympany...

NUIG launches two cutting edge medical devices research labs

NUI Galway has launched two state of the art research labs to advance the creation and manufacturing of medical devices. The Pilot Line for Bio-microsystems Development...

Conference on the economics of medical devices in Galway

A conference on the future of medical devices and an economic analysis of their development will take place in Galway next week. The Health Economic...

International conference on the future of artificial intelligence in Galway

Galway will play host to the 2019 AtlanTec conference on the future of artificial intelligence and machine learning this month. Now in its fifth year,...

Financial services firm doubling Galway workforce

The financial services firm PwC is doubling its workforce in Galway by creating 35 new jobs over the next two years. The expansion is part...

Merit Medical CEO appointed Adjunct Professor of Engineering at NUI Galway

The CEO of Merit Medical Systems, Fred Lampropoulos, has been appointed as an Adjunct Professor of Engineering at NUI Galway. He will mentor NUI Galway...

Galway leading €1.7 million project creating smart tech for heart health

Galway's premiere medical devices centre CÚRAM is taking part in a €1.7 million project to create new smart technologies for heart repair. This tripartite heart...

NUI Galway plans week of events for International Women’s Day

NUI Galway is hosting a series of public events throughout this week to celebrate International Women's Day. International...

Medtronic to close Crospon plant in Dangan

Multinational medical devices manufacturer Medtronic has announced that it is closing the Crospon manufacturing plant in Dangan. The...

Cutting edge research into cancer, fish farming, and autonomous lifeguards awarded over €600,000

Five research projects at NUI Galway have been awarded over €600,000 to develop new technologies to fight cancer, treat high blood pressure, create an...

Over 3,000 jobs in Galway gaeltacht supported by Údarás in 2018

The Galway gaeltacht saw the greatest growth in employment of any gaeltacht according to an end of year review from In 2018 companies supported by...

Groundbreaking diabetes research at NUI Galway gets multi-million funding

NUI Galway is spending €1.6 million on training six researchers on therapies with the potential to revolutionise the treatment of Type 1 Diabetes. The DELIVER...

Galway company Atlantic Therapeutics raises €28 million to break into US market

Galway based medtech company Atlantic Therapeutics has raised €28 million in funding just ahead of a big move into the US market. A few months...

Jobs Expo returning to Galway Racecourse next February

Jobs Expo Galway is preparing for its return next year at Galway Racecourse on February 16. The annual Jobs Expo will feature some of the...

“Groundbreaking” innovations in Galway get €16 million backing

Five groundbreaking projects in Galway have been granted nearly €16 million in funding from the first Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund. An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Minister for...

Multi-million funding for Galway innovation centres

More than €4 million in finding has been announced today for the Pairc na Mara and Portershed innovation hub in Galway city. Galway West TD...
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