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Trustwater chief executive Edmond O’Reilly (centre) with The Irish Times InterTradeIreland 2013 Innovation Overall Winner Award. Also pictured (from left) are Thomas Hunter McGowan, chief executive of InterTradeIreland, Liam Kavanagh, managing director, The Irish Times, Kevin Keane (Trustwater) and Chris Horn, founder of IONA Technologies. photograph: arthur allison/pacemaker press

One of the most popular stands at this year’s Drinktec fair in Munich last September featured a breakthrough new cleaning and disinfection technology (...)

Amarin investors are getting decidedly twitchy. And with good reason. The Irish company this week goes before a US Food and Drug Administration panel (...)

Amarin has developed a drug called Vascepa which it says is a more effective cholesterol treatment than rival Lovaza

Shares in Irish drug firm Amarin have been hit by a US court ruling favouring generic pharmaceutical groups in the area where it operates.Teva Pharmac(...)

A man holds a sign referring to Colorado legalising marijuana in state capital   Denver.  Photograph: Rick Wilking/Reuters

Songs from Toni Fox’s preferred Rhonda Byrne CD flowed from her silver Saturn Vue as she sped past breathtaking mountain views during her twice-weekly(...)

It was the drug that launched a thousand quips. It not only propelled Pfizer into the public consciousness but put the company’s Irish headquarters an(...)

While Royalty Pharma boosted its unsolicited offer to as much as $15.50 a share this month, at least five analysts covering Dublin-based Elan see the stock falling if that bid disappears

Elan shareholders risk losing $2 billion by listening to the company’s board and rejecting Royalty Pharma’s takeover bid, according to market analysts(...)

Investors in pharmaceuticals businesses are a nervous bunch as Bruce Cozadd and his team at Dublin-based Jazz Pharmaceuticals discovered this w(...)

Shares in pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline rose to the highest price in 11 years after advisers to the US Food and Drug Administration reco(...)

Rice is the staple food for about three billion people worldwide. Photograph: Erik De Castro/Reuters

Rice imported from some countries contains high levels of lead that could pose a health risk to children, researchers have claimed. (...)

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