Clare girls inspired by Beckman Coulter scientists

A group of female secondary school students last Friday visited Beckman Coulter’s site and met with senior management and scientists and got a close-up view of the company’s work.

Beckman Coulter impressed by future engineers at careers event

Co Clare-based clinical diagnostics company Beckman Coulter has revealed how impressed it was by the ‘probing questions’ and deep interest of secondary school students in science and engineering, when the students visited last week’s Limerick for Engineering event at Shannon Airport.

Clare students do well awards at Intel Mini Scientist...

Students from across Ireland took part in the Intel Mini Scientist Grand Final, an event which is the culmination of a nationwide competition which has been running since September 2018.

Beckman Coulter inspires students to pursue careers in STEM

How do you use cutting-edge camera technology to check if medicines are labelled correctly? How do you turn a roll of paper into smart medical strips that can analyse urine and see if somebody has an illness? 

Callum (10) stars in new science books series

A ten-year-old student from Clonlara is set to play a starring role in a new national series of science books which he has had a huge hand in designing.
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Bon Secours Diagnostic Imaging launched

Diagnostic services across the Mid-West have been elevated to a new level with the launch today of Bon Secours Diagnostic Imaging by Minister of State at the Department of Finance and the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform Patrick O’Donovan.

600 new jobs for Mid West including Shannon

A global leader in patient-focused innovations for structural heart disease and critical care monitoring has chosen the Mid-West for the location of a new plant to manufacture delivery components for its transcatheter heart valve therapies.

Clare students excel at Intel Mini Scientist Final

Students from an Ennis school have won a top award at a ceremony in Dublin.