Life sciences firm creates 30 jobs in the Highlands

Scotland’s life sciences job sector is to be boosted to the tune of 30 new jobs in the Highlands.

Danish life science company CorporateHealth International will be creating the jobs at a £5.7m new diagnostics centre at its Inverness Campus, the BBC reports.

The centre’s staff will analyse images captured by video camera capsules – small devices swallowed by patients. The capsules offer an alternative to diagnostic endoscopies and colonoscopies.

Regional development agency Highlands and Islands Enterprise is supporting the project with an investment of £600k.

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