From left: Peter Harte, FoodMarble’s chief technical officer; Aonghus Shortt, chief executive; and Lisa Ruttledge, chief operations officer. Photograph: Conor McCabe

Irish digital digestive health start-up FoodMarble has completed a clinical trial that investigates the use of its Aire device in diagnosing a digesti(...)

Digital digestive health start-up FoodMarble is to create 25 jobs as part of its continued expansion.

Digital digestive health start-up FoodMarble is to create 25 jobs as part of its continued expansion. The recruitment comes after the Dublin-based com(...)

Niamh Sterling, HBAN, and Aonghus Shortt, co-founder and chief executive of FoodMarble, which has developed a digestive breath analyser

Dublin start-up FoodMarble has raised €1.2 million that will help support the company’s overseas expansion and strengthen its research and develo(...)

FoodMarble chief executive Aonghus Shortt and his girlfriend Grace Whittle pictured with the Aire app and tracker. Photograph: Alan Rowlette

Dublin-based health tech start-up FoodMarble has secured £1.3 million (€1.45 million) in funding from investors that include former Dragons’ Den star (...)