Invest Northern Ireland is supporting the new investment with an offer of over £ 4.7million

Randox Laboratories, the Antrim clinical diagnostics company, is to create 540 quality jobs over four years as part of a new £29 million capital inves(...)

Randox Laboratories, the Antrim clinical diagnostics company, is to expand its testing operations and create new jobs in Manchester after acquiring a (...)

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(...)

President Michael D Higgins pictured with President Enrique Pena Nieto, President of Mexico at the Palacio Nacional in Mexico City yesterday, on the second day of the President’s 12 day official visit to Mexico, El Salvador and Costa Rica. Mr Higgins told his Mexican counterpart that the two countries “can further boost trade and investment” between them. Photograph: Chris Bellew /Copyright Fennell Photography 2013

President Michael D Higgins urged Mexican companies to consider reciprocating investments by Irish companies in Mexico and join US, European and As(...)

Drug testing kit: research suggests that cannabis is the most commonly taken illegal drug but new evidence points to the growing popularity of legal highs or so-called designer drugs which mimic the effects of Class A drugs

Look at the person in the cubicle or desk next to you. Is there any way you could tell simply by looking at them if they may have taken an illicit or (...)

Dr Peter Fitzgerald, managing director Randox Laboratories said the new trade agreement was a matter of “great pride” for the firm. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Randox Laboratories, the Northern Ireland-headquartered, clinical diagnostics company, is to create 30 new production jobs at its Donegal subsidiary R(...)

Managing director Dr Peter Fitzgerald, pictured with Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster, founded Randox in 1982 with six people. It now employs 1,200, chiefly in Antrim and Donegal, but also across a growing network of sales offices in such places as Brazil and China. Photograph: Simon Graham/Harrison Photography

Timing is everything in business. For some companies it creates the line that stands between success and failure. But for Dr Peter Fitzgerald, it is m(...)

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