Innovative medtech firm seeks funding
Galway firm aims to use Moycullen coran for human bone grafts
Ambitious plans to use coral cultivated in Moycullen for human bone grafts earned Galway start-up Zoan Biomed the best emerging company title at the recent Irish Medtech Awards.
The company was incorporated last year by co-founders Declan Clarke and Ronnie Robins, with private funding of €1 million sourced through their Inagh Valley Trust. The pair established Inagh a decade ago to provide support to Galway start-ups and have worked with other local businesses, including Connemara...
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