Louise Kelly / January 28 2019
Med tech firm DePuy Synthes is to create 30 jobs at its Irish hub as part of a €36m investment in research and development.
The company, which was acquired by Johnson & Johnson in 1998, is a global leader in orthopaedic and neurological solutions.
As part of the new five year R&D project, the scale of activities at the DePuy Synthes Ireland Innovation Centre in Ringaskiddy will expand.
This includes the establishment of a 3-D Printing Development and Launch Center on-site, in addition to the J&J 3D Bioprinting Laboratory, which launched last year in collaboration with Trinity College Dublin.
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