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The New GDPR Regulation

Posted: 24th November 2017 in Company News

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is coming into force on the 25th of May 2018...Are you ready for the changes? Do you comply?

2017 LASA Annual Conference

Posted: 23rd November 2017 in Company News

From the 28th to the 30th November, Agenda Life Sciences are going to be at the 2017 LASA Annual Conference! Come and meet the team...

Nottingham Trent University Science Careers Fair

Posted: 15th November 2017 in Company News

Agenda attended the Nottingham Trent University Science Careers Fair on the 14th November. The event was well attended by some leading organisations and an interesting mix of students...

Lunch and Learn: Tech Life

Posted: 13th November 2017 in Company News

October's lunch and learn at Head Office was hosted by Laura G, our Facility Manager from Hull University to demonstrate the important research conducted at Hull and the daily life of her team… The session received excellent feedback and it was nice for non – industry members of Agenda to find out more about ‘Tech Life’.

Triple Audit Success 2017!

Posted: 09th November 2017 in Company News

Earlier this week, we opened our office doors to two auditors who arrived to review our compliance within the following areas; ISO27001, ISO9001 and ISO14001...

New Treatments for Stroke Patients

Posted: 02nd November 2017 in Industry News

Researchers from the University of Duisburg-Essen in Germany have begun deploying a technique which is focused on studying the effects of how a stroke damages the brain’s blood vessels.

With the right people anything is possible

Posted: 20th October 2017 in Company News

Here at Agenda we have a fantastic team with knowledge that covers all aspects of the life science industry. We cover Permanent, Contract and Facility Management recruitment so can provide staffing solutions at all levels for your business.


Posted: 22nd September 2017 in Company News

Agenda Life Sciences are proud to be a sponsor at the joint LAVA/ESLAV/ECLAM Meeting on 25th - 26th September in Edinburgh.

Human Stem Cells in Rats

Posted: 14th September 2017 in Industry News

Recent studies conducted at the University of California San Diego and at the San Diego Veterans Administration Medical Center have displayed positive results in which human neural stem cells (NSCs) were grafted onto the spinal cord injuries of rats, resulting in a functional recovery after one year.