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The Irish Exporters Association (IEA), the voice of the export industry in Ireland,have announced that Aerogen, innovative medical device and drug delivery company Exporter of the Year 2014 at the Export Industry Awards (Awards). The Awards, in their 14th year, attracted more than 500 guests including Minister Alex White, TD, the Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources who provided a keynote address, Ambassadors and Dignitaries from 24 embassies in Ireland and Ivan Yates as MC to the Convention Centre Dublin.
A new world-class medical device research centre is to be established at NUI Galway as part of a €245 million national investment in science and technology announced this week. The funding will see five new Science Foundation Ireland research centres established around the country, with NUI Galway playing a key role in three of these.
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.
Drugs with an increased lifetime in the circulation and improved activity for a broad range of medical conditions are the goal of a strategic new funding award to researchers at NUI Galway and Dalian University in China.
A youth described in court as “a little Fagin”, who acted as lookout for a Dublin gang that stole four cars in a night in Athlone by fishing through letterboxes for keys, was jailed this week (March 27) for an additional year.
Galway-based medical technology company Aerogen Ltd has been revealed as contender for the 2011 Medical Technology Company of the Year Award. The shortlist of six companies was announced this week with the overall winner set to be announced at the 2011 Medical Technology Industry Excellence Awards which will take place on December 8 in Limerick.
Aerogen, a Galway based medical device and drug delivery company, is to represent Ireland in the prestigious 2011 European Business Awards. Aerogen is no stranger to awards having previously won both the IMDA Excellence Award as well as an Ulster Bank Business Achievers award.
AeroSurgical Ltd, an early stage medical device company that incorporates state of the art aerosol technology to form the basis of its proprietary AeroSurge Platform which efficiently delivers therapeutics into the abdominal cavity of patients during surgery to combat post-surgical complications such as pain and adhesions., has secured investment of €1.6 million. The funding round included the Western Development Commission, Enterprise Ireland, existing shareholders and new private investors.
Pharmaceutical company Elan has put plans to shed its Athlone division on hold, in spite of indications earlier this year that it was planning to separate the Athlone-based Elan Drug Technologies (EDT) from the rest of the company.
The announcement of a €300 million fund for research in higher education institutions (HEIs) has been welcomed by Athlone Institute of Technology.