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Pharmaceutical giant MSD has apologised for posting incorrect data about payments to Irish doctors online. The company says it appears errors were ma(...)

Eileen O’Sullivan:  diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer in 2013

Ireland’s new online safety tsar should target anti-vaccination activists spreading misinformation on social media, the president of the National Asso(...)

Pharmaceutical company MSD has submitted plans for a major expansion of its Carlow facility. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Drug giant MSD has applied for planning permission for a major expansion of its Carlow manufacturing plant. The company, which trades as Merck in the(...)

A graduate chemist can expect to start on about €30,000. Photograph: iStock

The life sciences sector provides a wealth of diverse employment opportunities – and they keep coming. Among the most recent was the announcement by(...)

Mairead Connolly of PwC: “We are seeing a trend for companies to locate on the western seaboard, from Sligo to Cork, and around to the south-east, because they know it is harder to keep staff in Dublin.”

For Sligo town native David Kenny, the 2013 decision by US furniture ecommerce retailer Overstock to locate its software development team in Sligo tow(...)

MSD managing director of human health Ireland Ger Brennan (left) with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and IDA Ireland chief executive Martin Shanahan at the announcement of a new manufacturing site in Carlow.

Pharma giant MSD is to create 170 new jobs and build a second manufacturing facility at its existing site in Co Carlow. The company, which is known a(...)

Even though they are exported from Ireland for use in other European countries, five drugs manufactured in Ireland for the treatment of cancer and heart disease are not sanctioned for use here.

Five drugs manufactured in Ireland for the treatment of cancer and heart disease are not sanctioned for use here, even though they are exported from I(...)

Current uptake of the HPV vaccine is about 62 per cent nationally in the schools programme. Photograph:  Joe Raedle/ Getty Images

Almost two-thirds of people do not realise that males and females are at equal risk of HPV (human papillomavirus) infection, according to new research(...)

Irish Pharmaceutical Healthcare Association says IP  rights for drug manufacturers would be weakened and research facilities put at risk if EU changes its rules. Photograph: iStock

Fewer “innovative medicines” will be discovered and made publicly available if the European Union moves to alter patent rights that allow for a drug’s(...)

The Intel facility at Leixlip, Co Dublin. Just five big players account for 30 per cent of all of the Republic’s exports. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Ireland’s economy relies too heavily on the fortunes of a few massive players – the galacticos of the tech and pharma sectors which are driving growth(...)

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