A gel that can kill the fatal superbug that left four babies dead in neo-natal units across Northern Ireland has been developed by a team of Queen’s University scientists. Dr Garry Laverty and his team at Queen’s University researched and created the gel that destroys the bacteria. This development could be a major breakthrough in
Scientists at Yale University have established and developed a cancer treatment that quickly grows and improves a patient’s immune cells outside the body using carbon nanotube-polymer composites. For full article go to: http://www.compositestoday.com/2014/08/researchers-at-yale-create-cancer-fighting-nano-composites/
ADS Group announced a 7% increase in aircraft and engine deliveries in the first half of 2014 compared to the same period in 2013, emphasising the industry’s response to growing global demand as several airlines look to advance, develop or grow their fleets. This amplified rate of production means that deliveries so far this year
The Almac Group is investing over £54 million and creating 348 jobs over the course of the next five years. The investment will include the following areas: 141 jobs in Almac Pharma Services, a division that provides contract development and manufacturing services to leading pharmaceutical and biotech companies globally 181 jobs in Almac Clinical
A Belfast-based company that makes heart defibrillators is to create 40 new jobs. HeartSine Technologies is the only manufacturer of defibrillators in the UK and Ireland. Its machines are sold in more than 70 countries across the world. Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster said the jobs would contribute about £1.3m a year in salaries to the economy.
The food firm Moy Park has announced it is creating 628 jobs across its three Northern Ireland sites – in Dungannon, Craigavon and Ballymena. The move is part of an investment package worth £170m. The posts will be created over the next four years in various parts of the business, from food processing to management
CDE Global designs and manufactures bespoke industrial washing equipment and is a leading supplier for quarries and mines. The company employs more than 250 people globally. The mult-million investment underpins its plan to expand its export reach, and in particular to target markets in North America, Australia, South Africa, Brazil and Europe. Announcing the jobs