US life sciences firm Surmodics to create 100 jobs in Galway

The firm also plans to invest €9.5 million in two R&D projects

13th June, 2016
Mary Mitchell O'Connor Pic: Fergal Phillips

Surmodics, which is based in Minnesota and operates in the medical devices and in vitro diagnostics sectors, plans to invest more than €7 million developing the facility in Ballinasloe and will invest a further €9.5 million in two research and development projects in Galway.

The new jobs will be created over the next five years, adding to current employment of 32 at the facility. The development is supported by the Department of Jobs, Enterprise &...

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