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Many exciting developments this month. Cerenovus, a unit of Johnson & Johnson, has invested $5 million in its Galway facility. The investment is expected to create more than 30 new specialized roles at Cerenovus Galway. We also look back at some of the industry’s leading companies, such as Lilly and MSD, have adopted a flexible, inclusive approach to work, which has been a major factor in their success and expansion in Ireland during Covid-19.
TOP LIFE SCIENCE NEWS
Novartis Ringaskiddy to be sold to UK firm Sterling
Pharmaceutical manufacturer Novartis has reached an agreement with UK firm Sterling Pharma Solutions to divest its facility in Ringaskiddy in Cork
MSD — driving the future of bio-pharma in Ireland
Mairead McCaul, of MSD Ireland, explains how the company is future-proofing its business from Ireland to the world
Eli Lilly: Pioneers in supporting women in leadership
Pharma giant announces that it “will continue” its flexible, inclusive approach post-Covid
J&J Cerenovus to create 30 jobs as part of €50m investment in Galway
Cerenovus is to create at least 30 specialised jobs as part of a €50 million investment at its Galway plant over the next three years
Cork delivers for US business, says Pfizer and AmCham leader
Ireland is in world’s top 10 for universities meeting the needs of a competitive economy, plus 25-34 year-olds with a third level qualification above the EU average
Global ambition, local action at Gilead
Health equity is a priority for Gilead Sciences, who work hard to ensure global access to their HIV and viral hepatitis medicines
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