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Google allocated €150,000 to the Ringsend Community Services Forum (RCSF) a local community networking group with a membership of 49 community groups

The US business community in Ireland has a long-standing tradition of supporting local community projects and initiatives. Indeed, a conservative esti(...)

Covid-19 has had a big  impact on the global economy, yet  the Irish  pharma industry was  well prepared due to the nature of the business

Ireland is a globally-recognised centre of excellence for innovation and development in biopharmaceutical and pharmaceutical manufacture and supply, a(...)

Martina Malone: "I am LGBT+ in work. It’s who I am. It makes sense to be out and to be yourself."

Martina Malone, senior staff officer, Dublin City Council It’s not always easy being an LGBTQ+ person. At least it is not easy being out in work. I b(...)

Great Place to Work certifies organisations that excel in creating, supporting and delivering a high-trust work environment. Photograph: iStock

The Great Place to Work Certification Programme is a three-year framework designed to build and sustain a high-performance culture in organisations. T(...)

“Pharmaceutical products account for 60 per cent of Irish exports and over 60,000 people are working in the sector.” Photograph: iStock

Science, engineering, technology and maths is a vital pillar of Ireland’s economy: take it away and the edifice could crumble. And within Stem, the li(...)

“We have all the big players here, interacting with our universities and some of our institutes of technology, working on anything from drug discovery to clinical trials to processing, manufacturing and formulation,” says Alison Campbell of Knowledge Transfer Ireland.

US multinationals in the pharma sector are increasingly carrying out research and development (R&D) in Ireland and can be found collaborating with(...)

Lorraine Roche, HR director at Matheson: “D&I should not be something remarkable but simply embedded in the values. However, to keep it fresh we must continually get feedback about it, and diversity of thought about it.”

To keep diversity and inclusion at the top of your organisation’s agenda, you need to keep it to the fore of people’s minds. How to do that, without t(...)

Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys with BPCI director Matt Moran and BPCI chair Patricia Quane

Biopharmachem Ireland (BPCI), the Ibec business association which represents the biopharma and chemical sectors in Ireland, has an ambitious vision fo(...)

Nivolumab is already approved for use in cases of melanoma, renal cancer, Hodgkin lymphoma and a form of cancer affecting the head and neck, and has now been approved for lung cancer.

The Health Service Executive (HSE) has recommended the use of the potentially life-extending cancer drug nivolumab (sold as Opdivo) for patients with (...)

Anam chairman Darragh Kelly   with the company’s chief executive Noel Kelly. Photograph: Media Mentor Public Relations

Mobile telecoms software company Anam Technologies has secured €2.35 million in investment in recent months as it looks to build on a number of recent(...)

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