Duffy Chartered Engineers Ireland (DCE IRL) is a multi-disciplinary chartered engineering consultancy providing full civil, structural and traffic engineering services to both private and public sector clients throughout Ireland, the UK and the Middle East. The company specialises in structural engineering, civil engineering, road safety audits, traffic impact studies, and timber frame design and have a wide range of experience in a number of key sectors including the commercial and residential building industries and the transport infrastructure industry.
Happy Scribe is a transcription-as-a-service platform for the research and media communities. They provide this solution using voice recognition technologies combined with an interactive editor to make the process fast and seamless.
HEATESE is the innovative clean technology company dedicated to reducing carbon emissions and fuel use. Using its proprietary heating system, developed and manufactured in Ireland, HEATESE is reducing both the carbon emissions and heating costs of homes, businesses and farms by up to 80% - both existing and new build.
Medlaw is Ireland's leading medicolegal firm, interfacing between the medical, legal and insurance professions to ensure the efficient provision of medicolegal reporting. Medlaw has 250 medical experts on its panel, covering all specialities, who are located nationwide. Medlaw has introduced a new method of providing medicolegal reporting to Ireland. Now a law firm or insurance firm can instruct Medlaw who will then identify the most appropriate expert in the country for that particular case.
Zoan BioMed Ltd is a Galway based medical device start-up, specialising in bone healing and repair. The gold standard in orthopaedic trauma operations is autograft, use of which is in decline. This procedure requires a second operation, increasing the risk of infection, adding cost, and slowing healing times. Zoan has developed a natural bone replacement material, using tropical marine coral as the architects. The coral’s exoskeleton and interconnected pore structure mirrors that of human bone.
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