3D4Medical

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For 3D4Medical founder and chief executive John Moore, who set up his business in an attic room in Donnybrook in Dublin 4, it hasn’t been an easy road.

For a company whose work has been featured on Oprah, on the cover of Time magazine and in National Geographic to name but a few, 3D4Medical, which mad(...)

D4Medical’s  Complete Anatomy software  is being piloted in undergraduate and graduate courses in the US medical schools.

Irish-based medical software applications developer 3D4Medical said its Complete Anatomy software has been adopted by more than 100 top universities t(...)

John Moore: “Our technology is very visual, and with the large screen of the iPad, it really made an impact in our industry.”

Starting out in 2004, in the attic of a rented apartment in the Dublin suburb of Donnybrook, 3D4Medical created the largest library of stock medical i(...)

Professor Alan Detton: 3D4Medical’s head of anatomy and previously an assistant professor and anatomy lecturer at Stanford University

Irish tech company 3D4Medical has added significant extra content to its flagship application, Complete Anatomy, as part of a series of moves this ye(...)

Kevin McLoughlin with Ian Murphy, director of  Growth & Scaling Invest NI, Julie Sinnamon, chief executive of Enterprise Ireland, Anne Heraty and programme director Sean Duffy. Photograph: Maxwellphotography.ie

The shortlist for the 2016 EY Entrepreneur of the Year awards has been announced, with 24 companies selected to compete across three categories. The(...)

The group’s flagship app “Complete Anatomy”, has been downloaded more than 9 million times

Technology firm 3D4Medical is to create 70 jobs at its headquarters in Blackrock, Co Dublin. The company specialises in the development of apps aimed(...)

The technology behind 3D4Medical’s iPad Pro presentation was two years in the making Photograph: Reuters

When Apple was demonstrating its latest iPad, the iPad Pro, it called in some help from developers to show exactly what the tablet could do. One firm (...)