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€6.6m investment for UCD-based medical device company FIRE1

Monday, 27 June, 2016

Medical device company FIRE1 raises €6.6m investment. Firm is developing remote monitoring device.

Dr Conor Hanley who is an adjunct Associate Professor at UCD School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, has been appointed as the CEO and President of FIRE1.

University College Dublin-based company Foundry Innovation and Research 1 (FIRE1) has raised €6.6m from investors for the development of a new medical device. Click here for more detail.

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