Sweet scent of success for Nasal Medical

3rd September, 2017
Joe Healy, Enterprise Ireland; Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Frances Fitzgerald and Martin O’Connell, chief executive, Nasal Medical Chris Bellew/Fennell Photography

An innovative approach to product design has seen the Dublin start-up Nasal Medical collaborate with University College Dublin, Dublin Institute of Technology, Trinity College Dublin and the Royal College of Surgeons to bring to market nasal filters designed to reduce snoring and lessen the impact of airborne allergies.

The company has two further products in the pipeline, including nasal filters to protect against airborne viruses while travelling and a sports enhancement aimed at increasing oxygen...

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