Life sciences sector requires a new manufacturing prescription Just as retail globally has been disrupted by Amazon, and transport by Uber, the life sciences sector is facing its own paradigm shift. Photograph: iStock

Sector needs to embrace Industry X.O to deliver the personalised medicines that new science is helping create

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Woman sues after fracturing elbow on ‘white knuckle’ boat ride Siobhan Kellett, of Rockfield Green, Maynooth, Co Kildare pictured leaving the Four Courts on Thursday after the opening day of her High Court action. Photograph: Collins Courts

Siobhán Kellett was on a seven-night Caribbean cruise in April 2016 with her husband

Supreme Court clears way for man to sue hospital over MRSA infection The court heard that according to agreed facts for the appeal, Oliver  O’Sullivan (25) became infected with MRSA on September 20th 2005 during an operation at   Bon Secours Hospital in Cork.

Judges agreed reconsideration of the complex statutory limitation periods applicable to personal injury actions is desirable

Sustainability and health at the centre of the architechture of new Business School The new €80 million 11,400 square metre Trinity Business School building includes an Innovation and Entrepreneurial hub, a 600-seat auditorium, restaurant spaces for up to 200 people

Twelve things to know about Trinity Business School, which opens on May 23rd

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