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Biotech firm opens Dublin HQ

A company based in Cape Town that specialises in biomarker technology has opened its headquarters in Dublin, where it plans to set up a bioinformatics lab related to its products.

Synexa Life Sciences, which plans to hire 30 people over the next five years, announced the decision on 31 July. The company—founded by Irishman Paul O’Riordan in 2003 with partners Justin Devine and Patrick Bouic—has biomarker research labs in Capetown, Berlin and London.

Dublin will serve as the company headquarters where it will set up a bioinformatics centre and use machine learning to help select biomarkers of use to the global biotech and pharmaceutical industries.

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