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Radisson roof to be lifted by excellence of entrants in Choirfactor sing-off

Excitement is mounting for the Choirfactor which takes place on Saturday March 28 in the Radisson Blu Hotel at 8pm.

NUI Galway MBA now open for applications

NUI Galway’s MBA course is now accepting applications for the 2014-2016 cycle. The course is open to both graduates and non-graduates with more than three years of full time work experience, and is completed on a part-time basis over two years.

Aerogen growth continues with thirteen new jobs in Galway

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Galway-based medical device and drug delivery company Aerogen has announced that it is creating thirteen new high-tech positions at its base in Dangan.

Aerogen to create fifteen new jobs

Aerogen, a medical device company located in the Galway Business Park in Dangan, is to create 15 new jobs.

Galway med device design firm AP design acquired by Protek

Sligo-based ProTek Group has acquired the business of Galway medical device design firm AP Design, specialists in new product development for medical device companies.

Top US medical devices execs to address city symposium tomorrow

Industry leaders from household name American medical devices giants such as Boston Scientific, Medtronic and Stryker are in NUI Galway later this week to address a major symposium for Irish companies.

Top US medical devices execs to address city symposium tomorrow

Industry leaders from household name American medical devices giants such as Boston Scientific, Medtronic and Stryker are in NUI Galway later this week to address a major symposium for Irish companies.

New Ireland-China trade agreements already benefiting west of Ireland

New trade agreements opened between China and Ireland this week are already directly benefiting businesses in the west of Ireland with one Galway firm announcing it is to immediately capitalise on these newly expanded markets.

Support benefit night and help fund US cancer treatment for local man

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A benefit night being held in the city tomorrow (Friday) aims to raise vital funds to finance a cancer treatment programme in Texas for a Galway based man.

Aerogen seeks votes from Galwegians to win award

Galway medical technology company Aerogen is representing the Irish medical technology industry in the final of the Engineers Ireland Excellence Award.

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