Search Results for 'medical device technology'

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Local researchers highlight digital health lessons from Covid-19

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Researchers at NUI Galway have highlighted how different approaches to digital contact tracing during the Covid-19 pandemic were shaped by whether or not jurisdictions had prior recent experience of epidemics.

NUI Galway researchers develop technology to assist people with visual impairment

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Researchers at NUI Galway’s Health Innovation via Engineering (HIVE) Lab, led by Professor Derek O’Keeffe, have adopted the sophisticated sonar of bats to develop new technology to help people with visual impairment.

Website launched to connect industry personal protective equipment stock to hospitals worldwide

Researchers at NUI Galway and University of Limerick have joined forces to design and launch a new website for personal protective equipment (PPE) emergency supply donation to connect industry PPE stock to hospitals worldwide.

CÚRAM welcomes almost €5 Million in Disruptive Technologies innovation funding

CÚRAM, the Science Foundation Ireland Centre for Research in Medical Devices based at NUI Galway will be involved in three key industry projects worth almost €5 million (€4.8 million) following the recent announcement of the Government’s Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund. CÚRAM teams, in collaboration with industry partners, will be driving disruptive innovation on the key areas of medtech and connected health.

AIT researcher develops groundbreaking advances in coronary health technology

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An Athlone Institute of Technology researcher has made meaningful strides in stent technology through her work with polymer and biodegradable medical devices. Originally from China, Dr Yuanyuan Chen has designed breakthrough bioresorbable scaffolding which can be placed in clogged coronary arteries to increase blood flow to the heart.

Expanding Irish medtech solutions company opens a new Galway office

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i360medical, a leading Irish based international healthcare solutions and medical device company, has announced the opening of a new Galway office, based in the Innovation Hubs (iHubs) at Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT).

Expanding Irish medtech solutions company opens in Galway

i360medical, a leading Irish based international healthcare solutions and medical device company, has announced the opening of a new Galway office, based in the Innovation Hubs (iHubs) at Galway Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT).

CÚRAM and Galway Film Centre documentary highlights battle against diabetes

CÚRAM, the Science Foundation Ireland Centre for Research in Medical Devices based at NUI Galway and Galway Film Centre are pleased to announce Bittersweet - The Rise of Diabetes as the recipient of the 2017 Science on Screen Commission.

Kick start your career in Galway’s thriving medtech cluster

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Galway has a significant cluster of medical device companies now employing in the region of 8,000 people locally.

Innopharma College of Applied Sciences courses are designed with you in mind

Currently there are 250 medical technology companies in Ireland, exporting €8bn worth of product annually and directly employing 25,000 people.

 

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