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Mark Barrett of APC: “One of our proudest achievements was not requiring VC or angle investment to start APC.”

We often hear in the news about the discovery of new ground-breaking medicines that help save lives and progress the treatment of conditions such as h(...)

At the opening of APC’s research facility in Cherrywood were (from left) APC co-founder and CTO Prof Brian Glennon,  Taoiseach Enda Kenny, and  APC co-founder Mark Barrett. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

APC, a Dublin-based firm that works with many of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies, has announced a major expansion at its headquarters as (...)

Central Park  in Leopardstown: one of the top suburban office locations. Photograph: Alan Betson

With prime Dublin city office rents at boom era peaks and associated vacancy rates at never-seen-before lows some businesses are scoping out the subur(...)

Winner of the Research Image of the Year: “Organic ChemisTree, a Telescopic View”, by Andrea Zanetti, a chemistry PhD student at UCD. The tree is made of copper salts crystallising out of a green chemical mixture. The blue sky was provided by a laboratory glove.

A researcher involved in making sense of big data has been named the Science Foundation Ireland researcher of the year 2016. Prof Barry O’Sullivan i(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny canvassing  on the streets of Ballinrobe in his home constituency of Mayo. Photograph: Reuters

“Like Bertie Ahern, I am very good with people. I felt that if Fine Gael was going to change – and it seems vain to say it – it needed someone like th(...)

APC provides pharmaceutical processing technologies and customised solutions to companies

Pharmaceutical research firm APC is to create 100 new jobs in Dublin the company said on Monday as it officially opened a new research centre in Co Du(...)

‘Our staff are all highly skilled – 85 per cent are PhD qualified. We are the largest employer of PhD qualified chemical engineers in Ireland,’ says Brian O’Sullivan

Pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical manufacturing companies utilise highly complex processes which can present a variety of challenges, ranging from (...)

Wayne Byrne and Eoin Casey of OxyMem, overall winners in The Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation Awards. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

The historic baroque architecture of Royal Hospital Kilmainham in Dublin played host to 3D presentations and a host of high-tech new innovation(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny presents The Irish Times/InterTradeIreland Innovation Award to Eoin Casey and Wayne Byrne of Oxymem, the overall winners of The Irish Times/InterTradeIreland Innovation Awards held at the RHK, Dublin, last night. Also pictured are InterTradeIreland  chief executive Thomas Hunter McGowan (left) and Liam Kavanagh (right), managing director of The Irish Times. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

UCD spin-out Oxymem is the overall winner of The Irish Times InterTradeIre(...)

APC’s process and technology development team (from left): Dr Gary Morris, Dr Colin Byrne, Prof Brian Glennon (co-founder and director), Dr Anna Przybyl, Dr Mark Barrett (co-founder and chief executive), Dr Mark Hanlon, Dr Miriam Kennedy (front row)

Companies in the pharma and biopharma industries frequently face costly process-related difficulties during development, commercialisation, and manufa(...)

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