Hugh Cormican

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A worker at the Andor Technology factory. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Pacemaker

Belfast-based digital camera manufacturer Andor Technology reported a 24 per cent drop in profits last year as it again warned of possible risks to th(...)

Jayne Brady, partner at Kernel with  Bob Pollard, chief executive of  Causeway Sensors, a spin-off company from Queen’s University Belfast  set up by   Pollard –  along with  Robert Bowman and John Nelson –  which has developed nano-sized sensing chips   used to detect early-stage cancer

A Belfast diagnostics company has secured a £500,000 investment from Kernel Capital. Causeway Sensors has developed nano-sized sensing chips that c(...)

Cirdan Imaging was  co-founded by Dr Hugh Cormican who also previously helped to establish Andor Technologies.

Kainos, the Belfast listed information technology company is to acquire 10 per cent of Northern Ireland-based Cirdan Imaging, a company co-founded by (...)

Prof Robert Bowman: “Our technology could be used in any analytical environment from medicine to food security to gas detection. It’s very exciting because we’ve got a unique product that we one day want to become a globally recognised product that has been made in Belfast.”

Angel investors may come in all shapes and sizes in Northern Ireland but few can claim to have successfully taken an idea from a physics lab to the Lo(...)

The new Northern Ireland Centre for Stratified Medicine, based at Altnagelvin Hospital, intends to focus on personalised medicine approaches to managing chronic diseases – adapting healthcare for specific patients. Photograph: Nigel McDowell

Not wanting to return to work after the Christmas holidays is a pretty common affliction at this time of year. But not being able to go to work becaus(...)

A worker at the Andor Technology factory in the high-performance digital camera production clean room. The former Queen’s University spin-out floated in 2004. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Pacemaker

It is not quite Wall Street but Northern Ireland’s only financial trading room does a pretty good job of capturing the excitement and nail-biting pace(...)

Minister for Enterprise Arlene Foster has said she views the acquisition of local companies by large international corporations as “a tremendous endorsement” of local skills and talent. Photograph: Paul Faith/PA Wire

East Belfast may not boast a sports team as famous as the Cincinnati Reds. But one Dundonald company is hoping that its leap into the big league will (...)