3DWIT is a unique hands-on Additive Manufacturing training and skills centre

3DWIT is an initiative of the ISO 9001 accredited SEAM (South Eastern Applied Materials) Research Centre, a leading Enterprise Ireland Technology Gateway Centre based in WIT and headed by Dr. Ramesh Raghavendra. Read more

Kinetic Labs opens fully serviced wet labs and office space

Kinetic Labs was set-up to provide science-based companies in the South East with the lab facilities to develop their products and processes.  Read more

Netwatch founders launch new independent living company HaloCare

A new Carlow-based start-up from the founders of Netwatch will help elderly people stay living independently. Read more

North Quay’s investment is vote of confidence for a vibrant, connected and innovative region

The Ireland South East Development Office has welcomed the significant government investment announced for the South East region this week. Read more

Shorla Pharma named Local Enterprise of the Year at ‘Irish Times’ awards

Shorla Pharma as been named Local Enterprise of the Year at The Irish Times Business Awards at a virtual ceremony on Thursday. Read more

Ireland South East ICT companies using innovation to fight Covid-19

Two Ireland South East tech companies are using their innovation capacity to help manage the Covid-19 crisis. Nearform are working with the HSE to develop a mobile tracing app for the disease. While Taoglas are using their IoT technology expertise to help manage crowd sizes and social distancing protocols. Read more

WIT Research Centres TSSG and PMBRC Win at the Technology Ireland Industry Awards

The project, titled ‘Digital DNA Storage Infrastructure of the Future’, involves an infrastructure that supports encoding of digital transformation in DNA, which will lead to a new form of data storage for the future.

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ARTeSYN Biosolutions create 50 new jobs and invest €1M in manufacturing & clean room facilities

ARTeSYN Biosolutions, the manufacturer of single-use solutions for biopharma processing, is to significantly expand its Waterford operations by adding 50 new roles in Production, Engineering, Customer Service and Research & Development over the next 3 years at its facilities in the Six Cross Roads Business Park, Waterford.

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Ireland South East-based cancer treatment firm co-founder named Best Young Entrepreneur

The founder of an Ireland South East-based healthcare company that develops pharmaceutical cancer treatments for children and women has been named Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur for 2019.

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Nutraceutical company Swedencare expanding its operations in Ireland South East

Swedencare AB, which acquired the Nutri-Science brand, product range and manufacturing facility in Waterford, Ireland South East in November 2016, announced today it has moved into new, larger premises, which was purchased earlier this year, in the city which it has redeveloped to more than double its capacity and secure and expand its workforce presence in Waterford. Read more