Ireland ranked joint fourth in the first EIC accelerator call, with five Enterprise Ireland-backed companies recommended for more than €20.5 million in funding

More than 2,700 Irish companies and research institutions received more than €1.8 billion in funding from the European Union Horizon 2020 research and(...)

The Republic of Ireland ranks fourth in terms of the number of companies recommended for funding, alongside Denmark and behind France, Germany and the Netherlands

Five Irish start-ups have received a combined €20.5 million in funding from the European Commission. AVeta Medical, Akara Robotics, CrannMED, Conteg(...)

OneProjects founders Fionn Lahart and Christoph Hennersperger

OneProjects, an Irish-German medical device start-up specialising in cardiac imaging solutions, has secured $17 million (€14.7 million) in new financi(...)

Daniel Crowley, chief executive of RemedyBio

Irish biotechnology company RemedyBio has secured a new €8 million investment from the European Innovation Council. The investment is in addition to(...)

Surmodics said it expects to initiate clinical evaluation activities for Vetex’s catheter next year ahead of a potential market launch

Galway-based Vetex Medical has been acquired in a deal valued at up to $46.9 million (€39.6 million). Founded by Mark Bruzzi, Vetex is focused on dev(...)

CaixaBank has selected Sedicii to help speed up the registration process for businesses that want to become customers

Sedicii is one of just three start-ups handpicked from over 500 European companies by Spain’s largest domestic lender CaixaBank to work with it to mak(...)

COP26, the UN’s Climate Change Conference, which takes place in Glasgow in November, will drive the green agenda into overdrive. ‘From China to India, the US, UK and EU - there has never been such alignment.’ Photograph: iStock

The European Green Deal (EGD), the EU’s ambitious plan to lead the world on climate change, will have enormous impact on both public and private secto(...)

Financial incentives will help people feel their individual actions have a purpose and an effect in relation to climate change. Photograph: iStock

1. Let tech lead the transition “From a source perspective we are still, despite all of our efforts, in an age of oil. To get to a net zero position(...)

Eighty per cent of the 11 million people globally who die from sepsis each year could survive with  rapid diagnosis and treatment.

Irish company Novus Diagnostics has been awarded €2.4 million in funding to commercialise its rapid sepsis test. The only Irish company to be awarde(...)

Geowox co-founders Paul van Bommel, Stefano Francavilla and Marco Giardina

The European Union has become a direct shareholder in Geowox, an Irish start-up that produces automated property valuation solutions. Geowox is one o(...)

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