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  • 11th April 2017

    CALIN Launch Events a Success in Ireland and Wales

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    The CALIN project is set to push boundaries in the life-science sector following its hugely successful launch events in Ireland and Wales last month. The Irish launch event at Tyndall National Institute showcased a range of expertise including cell biology, nanomedicine, wearable sensor systems and smart implants.

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  • 31st March 2017

    Irish Guide Dogs tune into a dog's mind with new technology

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    IN A bid to better understand its dogs, Irish Guide Dogs is harnessing new technology to tune into their world. Last year, the organisation trained a medical alert dog for a visually impaired person with diabetes. “He was trained to alert her when her blood sugar dropped to a certain level and she was then prompted to take her insulin,” says David McCarthy, client engagement and services manager with Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind (IGDB). The experience got McCarthy thinking: “Are there things happening with the dogs that we can’t see? And is there a way to read that information?”

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  • 17th March 2017

    Tyndall National Institute to Host CALIN Launch

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    The Tyndall National Institute at University College Cork, will host the launch of a unique networking & business development opportunity for life science businesses across Ireland and Wales on 27th & 28th March 2017.

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  • 12th March 2017

    CALIN presented at BioWales 2017

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    Professor Shareen Doak, Director of the Centre for NanoHealth at Swansea University and Dr Paul Galvin, Head of ICT for Health Programmes at Tyndall, spoke about the CALIN project at the BioWales 2017 conference.

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  • 4th March 2017

    CALIN to be presented in KeynoteTalk at the BioWales 2017 Conference

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    CALIN academics Prof. Shareen Doak and Dr Paul Galvin will give a keynote address at the BioWales 2017 Conference hosted at the Cardiff Millennium Centre 7-8th March.

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  • 22nd November 2016

    Ireland and Wales form €12m research network

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    A group of universities and companies in Wales and Ireland have formed a research collaboration to help improve innovation and competitiveness in the life sciences.

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  • 10th November 2016

    Celtic Advanced Life Science Innovation Network Launched

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    A new €11.96M EU-funded Ireland-Wales life science network, led by Swansea University’s Medical School, was given the green light today by Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford.

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  • 9th November 2016

    New Life Science Innovation Network for Welsh and Irish Businesses Launched

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    A new 11.96M Euro EU-funded Ireland-Wales life science network, led by Swansea University's Medical School, was given the green light today by Finance Secretary Mark Drakeford.

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Funders

  • EU Funds: Ireland Wales Programme 2014-2020
  • EU Structural Funds Ireland
  • Sputhern Regional Assembly
  • European Regional Development Fund