Life Sciences The UK’s scheduled departure from the European Union will have significant consequences on the regulatory approval, supply chain and manufacturing process for companies producing both active substances and final goods in the UK.
Life Sciences As the demand for highly-skilled workers in pharma increases, flexible and future-focused approaches to qualifications and continuous professional development will help to fill Ireland’s talent gap.
Life Sciences Health research impacts almost everyone, whether it be through treating a life-altering disease, informing nutrition for the optimal diet, or dealing with the challenging problems of an ageing population.
Life Sciences This year, the Irish Medtech Association is putting a spotlight on our innovative start-up community, which continues to attract international attention, and strategic growth markets like connected health, which is expected to be worth an estimated €15.5 billion in sales by 2024.
Life Sciences Ireland is a place where innovation thrives and foreign direct investment finds a home. Thirty years ago, just 5,200 worked in an industry characterised by basic manufacturing. Now, the originator pharmaceutical companies directly employ 30,000 people.
Life Sciences The Biopharmachem sector shows no sign of slowing down. Recent investments – totalling some €10 billion in the last 10 years – are now starting to come into operation. Much of this investment has been in cutting edge biotech manufacture with industry leaders adding significant investments to their ever-growing portfolios.
Life Sciences Health Innovation Hub Ireland (HIHI) works across the health sector with industry developing new healthcare technologies, products, and services that will ultimately help to create Irish jobs and exports.
Sustainability Solving the planet’s plastic binge culture isn’t a supermarkets job, but it is big businesses like these that hold the key to ensuring we buy less and therefore throw away less plastic.
Sustainability It took an emotional appeal from David Attenborough: ‘The collapse of civilisation is on the horizon,’ and a powerful message from 16-year-old student and activist, Greta Thunberg: ‘Our house is on fire,’ to bring our attention to the most critical challenge of our generation.