Latest News From BioPharmaChem
02 October, 2015
The latest report from the World Economic Forum (WEF) shows that Ireland now ranks 8th most competitive country in the eurozone.
06 October, 2015
A number of free training and networking events are being held in 5 cities to support start-ups across the country.
07 October, 2015
Alkermes’s drug, called Aristada, is a long-acting injectable medicine with options to be taken once monthly or every six weeks, the company said in a statement announcing the US Food and Drug Administration’s approval of the drug.
12 October, 2015
Ibec also predicts that the economy is set to expand in value terms by an unprecedented €20 billion (11%) during 2015, leading to a rapid improvement in Ireland’s debt and deficit positions.
14 October, 2015
The main points from Budget 2016 speech made by Minister for Finance Michael Noonan - ref Irish Times
20 October, 2015
BIOPHARMACEUTICAL firm Regeneron has announced the creation of 200 new jobs, as part of a €308m investment in Limerick.
22 October, 2015
Spanish healthcare company Grifols is to create 140 jobs in Dublin as part of a $100 million investment. The company, which is a Barcelona-based producer of blood plasma solutions, is opening a new centre for its bioscience division at Grace Castle Business Park in south Dublin. The 22,000 metre site facility, which will house operating activities including the warehousing of plasma, product labelling, and administrative and commercial activities, is expected to come on stream early next year.
23 October, 2015
The Pharma Industry Awards ceremony took place in the Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin last night 22nd October. Congratulations and well done to the winners in the various categories.
28 October, 2015
The Minister of State at the Department of Social Protection, Kevin Humphreys launched the first of two Pharmachem Skillnet Bio-Pharma programmes yesterday in Athlone, Co Westmeath. The programme was launched in association with IT Tallaght, the Department of Social Protection, IDA Ireland, PharmaChemical Ireland, PPD, Alexion, Genzyme and Hovione.