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Medtronic workers, with two offices in Galway, have volunteered 2,220 hours to charities across Ireland.
Dr John O’Dea, president of Engineers Ireland, has called on the Government to prioritise investment in regenerative medicine manufacturing technology for the next generation of job creation.
Galwayman, Dr John O’Dea, president of Engineers Ireland, has called on the Government to prioritise investment in regenerative medicine manufacturing technology for the next generation of job creation.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD this week opened NUI Galway’s €30 million Biomedical Science Building that will bring together 300 scientists and researchers. This collaborative approach aims to build on the university’s role at the heart of Galway’s vibrant medtech sector; one of five global hubs in a market worth €95 billion annually in the EU.
Medtronic this week opened a new Customer Innovation Centre in Galway, Ireland, providing state of the art facilities for physicians and Medtronic engineers to work together on developing new therapies that will improve clinical outcomes, provide economic value and increase access to quality healthcare for patients around the world. The Centre was opened by EU Commissioner for Innovation, Research and Science Ms. Máire Geoghegan-Quinn.
Cambus Teo, a Spiddal-based company, has secured investment from Helix Medical, a global manufacturer for the medical device and healthcare industries, which will create 35 jobs. Under the agreement, Helix Medical will provide expansion financing and acquire a 50 per cent share in the company.
Up to 90 jobs are to be created at Medtronic’s new Customer Innovation Centre, European Commissioner for Research, Innovation, and Science Máire Geoghegan-Quinn confirmed yesterday as she turned the first sod on the site at Parkmore business park.
Engineers Week 2012, this year themed ‘Connecting our lives’, is ‘landing’ in Mayo and across Ireland on Monday, February 27.
Engineers Week 2012, this year themed ‘Connecting our lives’, is ‘landing’ in Galway and across Ireland on Monday, February 27 and will run until Sunday, March 4, Engineers Ireland has announced.
Westmeath medical devices companies were among 80 companies exhibiting at the Enterprise Ireland Med in Ireland Expo at the Convention Centre Dublin last week, gaining exposure to 250 medical technology and healthcare companies from 31 countries. One of the exhibiting companies was Mergon Group Ltd from Castlepollard, County Westmeath.