Ireland a test bed for Medical research

Research into post-op care in the home, and developing strategies for the elderly to stay at home for longer are two of the many initiatives underway

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
13th April, 2015
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Anthony McAuley, head of research at Fujitsu Ireland Picture: Feargal Ward

The ease of collaboration is helping Ireland become a test bed for technologies to treat long-term health conditions.

“The big advantage we have in Ireland is that we’re small. We’ve an eco-system that develops clusters of specific areas of expertise that can network with each other. Ireland can become a test-bed for what we want to develop internationally,” Anthony McAuley, head of research at Fujitsu Ireland, told The Sunday Business Post....

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