Congratulations To the 2019 Winner
EARLY CANCER DETECTION TECHNOLOGY WINS TOP STUDENT ENTREPRENEUR AWARD
An early prostate cancer detection technology, NanoDetect developed by Christopher McBrearty, a student from National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG) student has won Enterprise Ireland’s Student Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
Presenting the awards, Richard Murphy, Manager for Micro Enterprises and Small Business at Enterprise Ireland said: “The Student Entrepreneur Awards have been a breeding ground of entrepreneurship now for 38 years. Students are no longer just in the mindset of going to third level education to help get themselves a job, many are going to third level education to shape their jobs and to create the businesses they want to work in. The Student Entrepreneur Awards helps to foster that entrepreneurship and with over 1,000 entries for this year’s awards we may be looking at some of Ireland’s future international business leaders and entrepreneurs today.”
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