The Smart Sensing Systems Development Platform consists of a Nano-photolithography system and an Aerosol-jet printing system.
We recently published an article in the Irish Chemical News, describing PMBRC engagement with Industry.
Congratulations to Oyinda Adewale and Ronan Moriarty who recently won the 2016 prize in the BSc (Hons) in Pharmaceutical Science at WIT.
For many of us, taking medicine is part of our daily routine. But have you ever asked yourself about the effectiveness of your medicine? Is there another, more efficient way to deliver the active drug to where it’s needed?
Bart Gillis, an Erasmus student from University College Leuven-Limburg (UCLL), Belgium, is currently on a 3 month placement with the PMBRC. Bart is studying for a degree in chemistry at UCLL. Congratulations to Bart on winning the Best Poster Prize at the recent Irish Mass Spectrometry Society (IMSS...
The PMBRC is currently seeking a Research Scientist (Biochemistry) to assist in the development of surface functionalisation techniques for biosensor technologies.
Principal Investigator and co-founder of the PMBRC, Dr Peter McLoughlin, has been appointed Head of Research, Innovation and Graduate Studies at Waterford Institute of Technology.
Centre nominated for "Research Centre of the Year" and "Research and Development" categories
Dr Damian Connolly has been awarded a RSC travelling fellowship to develop collaboration with the University of Tasmania.
The 4th PMBRC Analytical Forum is to be held in WIT on Wednesday 6th May 2015.
Dr. Laurence Fitzhenry to develop transdiciplinary ocular drug delivery network
The PMBRC has developed new methods of controlled transdermal drug release to treat skin conditions
PMBRC to host seminar in WIT on Thursday 5th February 2015.
The Innovation Practice Group of the IRDG comes to Waterford on 03 December 2014
Closing date for applications 12 November 2014.
HIPODERM project shortlisted in Partnership Alliance category
See the photos and download some of the presentations from the PMBRC Analytical Forum 2013
The 3rd PMBRC Analytical Forum to be held at WIT on Thursday 12 December 2013
PMBRC secure over €1m to drive industry collaboration
Biochemist/chemist required to develop novel biosensor technology based on the optical transmission of light through nanoholes.
Postdoctoral position available on HIPODERM project
The EU Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science, Máire Geoghegan Quinn praised the work on the HIPODERM project today
Two collaborative projects involving the PMBRC have been approved for funding as part of the Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology Centre
PMBRC Analytical Forum 2012 to be held on 09 May 2012
Two WIT research groups have been awarded joint funding under the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Technology Innovation Development Award (TIDA) to develop a long-acting drug delivery technology.
The Wales-Ireland Network for Scientific Skills (WINSS) was launched today in WIT
A new series of seminars will be launched by the Patents Office in WIT
The PMBRC is co-organising the 4th Graduate Student Symposium on Molecular Imprinting.
A WIT led consortium has been awarded substantial funding to help develop technologies for delivering drugs across the skin. The project, called HIPODERM (HIgh POtency DERMatologicals), will focus on highly potent drugs and will include Waterford-based EirGen Pharma Ltd., Cardiff University and An-e...
The first Industry Analytical Forum took place yesterday at WIT, with guests from 12 pharmaceutical and healthcare companies attending.
Waterford Institute of Technology, December 14, 2010.
The PMBRC are pleased to host the annual particle sizing school run by Particular Sciences on October 6-7, 2010. The school covers laser diffraction techniques, the standard method for routine analysis in the pharmaceutical industry. While there will be a theoretical aspect to the training, there wi...
Solid state nuclear magnetic resonance (SS-NMR) capability has been established at the PMBRC following a programme of training and experimentation carried out over the last 3 months.
The PMBRC has teamed up with two applied research centres, Shannon ABC and the Ion Channel Biotechnology Centre (ICBC), to form a strategic life sciences cluster.
A postgraduate researcher in the PMBRC won the prize for best Ph.D. poster at the WIT research day today.
EirGen Pharma, the specialist Waterford pharmaceutical company that has expanded in just four years from a start-up to a diversified business with rapid growth in revenues and employment, has formed a strategic partnership with the Pharmaceutical & Molecular Biotechnology Research Centre (PMBRC) at ...
A group of over 30 researchers at a state-of-the-art facility in Waterford Institute of Technology is working on new methods of delivering drugs to patients with a range of medical conditions requiring heavy doses of medication that normally create undesirable side effects.