Simon Meehan was one of the 1,100 students involved in 550 projects who made last stage
A 15-year-old student from Co Cork who discovered a natural antibiotic in a blackberry bramble plant in his back garden has won the top prize at the 54th BTYoung Scientist & Technology Exhibition. Continue reading “Blackberry antibiotic lands Cork student top BT Young Scientist prize”
(The Avondhu 18.01.18)
Global clinical research organisation Atlantia, formed and based in Cork, which has just completed its relocation to its new custom designed facility at Heron House in Blackpool Retail Park in Cork City, has reached the final of the Cork Chamber Cork Business of the Year Awards 2018.
The bio- tech company which has driven 100% sales Continue reading “Atlantia recognised as one of Cork’s top 3 SMEs”
(Evening Echo 16.01.18)
A GLOBAL clinical research organisation formed and based in Cork, has reached the final of the Cork Chamber Cork Business of the Year Awards 2018.
The bio- tech is one of just three companies to make it to the final stage in the SME category. The ultimate winners of the Awards, which are in their 21st year, will be announced in February at a Gala Ball which will see business figureheads from throughtout the country come together Continue reading “Atlantia in finals of SME business awards”
(Irish Examiner 15.01.18)
World – class standards used in Atlantia Food Clinical Trials research
With a client base that already includes the world’s largest food
companies, Atlantia Food Clinical Trials is well on its way to realising its desire to become a world leader in its field.
That means becoming a world leader in food clinical research services, and enabling the advancement of functional foods and Continue reading “Cork Company Of The Year Awards 2018”
You are invited to our first OPEN DAY Tomorrow from 8am-2pm.
Please come to our NEW location at Floor 1, Heron House, Blackpool Retail Park, Cork.
On the day we will measure Cholesterol and Glucose levels, BMI and Blood pressure as a free service to you.
Please come fasting for accurate results (water is ok).
We look forward to welcoming you on the day.
(Irish Food 11.12.17)
Food Clinical Trials is a dynamic company providing clinical studies expertise for the food beverage and supplements sector. It delivers comprehensive end to end solutions for human intervention studies in functional ingredients in foods and beverages, nutraceuticals, medical foods, dietary supplements and infant formula. The Atlantia headquarters Continue reading “Ireland at Fi Europe”
(Evening Echo 21.11.17)
Have you ever wondered how the world’s largest food companies can state that their dairy products
can “lower cholesterol levels”, how certain yoghurts can help in weight loss, or how fish protein supplements can reduce aching joints? If you have, then our work at Altlantia Food Clinical Trials Ltd, will interest you. We are a contract research organisation that supports a world wide client base from our Cork HQ. We undertake Food Studies that explore whether or not claims made by companies regard to the health benefits of foodstuffs or health supplements accurate. Continue reading “Study could aid cutting edge treatment”
(Evening Echo 28.10.17)
A clinical food trials company based in Cork, Atlantia Food Trials, is holding an open day at the Mallow Primary
Healthcare Centre (MPHC) on Tuesday to raise awareness of a study it is running to combat osteoarthritis.
The condition affects Continue reading “Arthritis Trials”
(Healthy Ireland 24.09.17)
Cork based clinical trials company Atlantia has announced plans to kick – start, what is describes as an important new study, to tackle one of the most prevalent diseases facing the population today – osteoarthritis.
The company, which conducts clinical research across a wide range of foods and their extracts, is calling on sufferers of the joint disease to come forward to take part in what it said is ground breaking research. Continue reading “New Clinical Trials for Osteoarthritis take place in Cork”
(Irish Medical Times 08.09.17)
Trial to combat disease affecting 750,000 people : A world – leading clinical trials company based in Cork has announced plans to kick-start a significant new study to tackle one of the most prevalent diseases facing the Irish population today – osteoarthritis. Continue reading “Trial to combat disease affecting 750,000 people”