‘We must keep shining a light on diverse things that engineers do’

Last month, a Galway-founded company called Aerogen announced it was going international with the opening of a German commercial headquarters in the town of Ratingen in what was another sign of the west coast’s medtech prowess. The company is a major player in the aerosol drug delivery sector with around 5m acute care patients worldwide …   Read More

82 0
82 0

Last month, a Galway-founded company called Aerogen announced it was going international with the opening of a German commercial headquarters in the town of Ratingen in what was another sign of the west coast’s medtech prowess.

The company is a major player in the aerosol drug delivery sector with around 5m acute care patients worldwide using its technology.

Working with the company for the past 15 years is Dr Nathan Quinlan, a senior lecturer in mechanical engineering at NUI Galway and an investigator at the Cúram centre for research in medical devices.

After picking up his degree in mechanical…

Original Article

In this article

Join the Conversation


Skip to toolbar