€40,000 combined funds presented to Waterford's Solas Cancer Support Centre
It was a momentous day for Team Sanofi on Wednesday April 26 when a cheque for over €40,000 was presented to the Solas Cancer Support Centre onsite. A group of adventurous staff volunteers raised €20,000 through an abseil event at Croke Park in Dublin on Saturday last. This was generously matched by Sanofi, with a cheque for over €40,000 presented to (pictured) Tracy McDaid and Ann Marie Power from the Solas Centre by Sanofi Site Head Amy Brennan and staff volunteers including Al Penkert.
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Sanofi scientists to occupy additional lab space at Kinetic Labs
Sanofi, the global healthcare company who employ 800 people at their biopharma and medical device site in Waterford, are teaming up with a locally-based innovation hub. Sanofi will use 100-sq metres of lab space at Kinetic Labs, an Irish government-supported not-for-profit that rents wet laboratory space to high potential start-ups and established indigenous and multinational companies. Opened two years ago, Kinetic Labs is the southeast of Ireland's principal laboratory rental location space, offering
Five Waterford schools share €25k from Sanofi fundraiser
Services for children with autism at five local primary schools have received a New Year boost thanks to a major fundraising event staged by a team from Sanofi, the global healthcare company who employ 800 people at their biopharma and medical device site in the city. Sanofi On Stage saw 12 acts drawn from across Sanofi’s Waterford site team perform on stage at the Tower Hotel in front of hundreds of their colleagues, family and friends. With the company’s support, the show raised €25,000 which will be