Wednesday August 5, 2020

Shire announces collaboration with NIBRT

20 Shire employees will be based at the NIBRT facility for a 12-month period to expand the capabilities of these employees to support start-up activities at Dunboyne

8th April, 2018
Susan Hynes of Shire and Dominic Carolan of NIBRT Pic: Conor McCabe

Biotechnology business Shire has entered into a professional training and development collaboration with the National Institute of Bioprocessing Research and Training (NIBRT) in Dublin.

The partnership includes collaboration between Shire and NIBRT for the duration of commissioning validation and start up of Shire’s new facility in Co Meath. Twenty Shire employees will be based at the NIBRT facility for a 12-month period to expand the capabilities of these employees to support startup activities at Dunboyne....

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