The development of genetic sequencing and the discovery and use of biomarkers has now given clinicians new tools to apply this personalised approach. Photograph: iStock

Research in Ireland is advancing progress in personalised and targeted medicines, particularly in the area of oncology, which leads to better treatmen(...)

The Boston Scientific plant in Galway. The company employs people in Galway, Cork and Clonmel. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

Boston Scientific shares fell the most in more than three years on Tuesday, after the medical device company said it would buy BTG for £3.3 billion (€(...)

Adam Kelly, a fifth year student from Skerries Community College, is the overall winner at SciFest 2018 Photograph: Keith Arkins

Large-scale quantum computers are set to be the next frontier in advanced computing but they are not yet widely available, which means there is a requ(...)

Vivian Farrell, CEO of Modular Automation: ‘We are supporting multinational companies in Ireland to be more competitive and to keep jobs in Ireland’

Future generations of medical devices coming out of the US could be manufactured on automated production lines using Irish technology. Earlier this mo(...)

Ryanair results due on Monday.

Monday Results: Ryanair Meetings: CPL Resources AGM. Indicators: Irish wholesale prices (Sep). Ryanair results Increasingly, Ryanair’s results(...)

Cora Systems founder and chief executive Philip Martin says he expects group revenues to rise from about €4 million to at least €22 million by 2022

Leitrim-based technology company Cora Systems is forecasting a surge in revenues over the next four years on the back of a new project management soft(...)

Aislinn Smith with her fellow manufacturing technician apprentices Marc O’Rourke, Ben Madden,  Garrett Collins and Paul McDonnell.

College has long been sold as the be-all and end-all of education. In recent years, however, that narrative is changing. In 2014, Solas took over th(...)

Intel received €2.9 million in grants from the IDA, according to the latter’s database. Photograph: Dado Ruvic

IDA Ireland has defended its role in granting aid to multinationals after it was revealed that more than €100 million of taxpayers’ money has been giv(...)

June data on retail spending looks set to confirm a strong first half of the year as a resurgent economy, falling prices and higher personal income see more spending at the till. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Monday Results: Ryanair, Alphabet, Whirlpool, Hasbro. Indicators: Euro-zone consumer confidence flash (Jul). Ryanair investors only have to look(...)

Ibec will launch its “Better Lives, Better Business” campaign.  Focusing on four general areas – housing, planning, infrastructure and sustainability – the launch includes the publication of its Better Housing: Actions to Increase Affordable Supply report.  Photograph: Frank Miller

MONDAY Meetings: Datalex agm (EastPoint, Dublin); Art Business Summit (Adare Manor Hotel, Adare, Co Limerick); Ibec Better Lives, Better Business Ca(...)

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