From the world’s biggest pharma giants to life sciences entrepreneurs, here is your essential sci-tech reading for the weekend.
Life Sciences Week on Siliconrepublic.com kicked off with a breakdown of the top players in the industry that have made a home for themselves in Ireland.
Ireland is reaching a ‘Pentium chip’ moment as the future of medicine becomes all about precision. The nation is in the right place at the right time.
These are the 24 Irish life sciences-focused companies that should be on every healthy investor’s radar.
It’s in the genes, according to Daniel Crowley of Genomics Medicine Ireland.
Methods such as CRISPR have started a new revolution in the human body, one in which the very fabric of our being can be altered at whim.
The future of healthcare is hard to predict, though what’s fairly certain is that treasure troves of data will soon change the game.
Opiate drugs such as morphine are well known for their pain-relieving properties. But could these poppy-derived chemicals also be useful for binding DNA when we want to deliver genes into cells?
Can Ireland establish itself as one of the most influential centres of medicine in Europe, if not the world? The Government appears to think so.
Ireland is the land of a thousand welcomes, relentless begrudgery, lush greenery and, perhaps, pharma research.
Researchers at TSSG in Ireland’s south-east are conducting research into rewiring the brain to cure Alzheimer’s disease.