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One of the untold pressures on medical research at the moment is the lack of doctors able to take part in research due to pressures on the NHS.
With a recent review showed that lung cancer detection rates are at an all time low, new innovations in detection & treatment are receiving more investment.
Finding the ideal job is not easy, which is why we are giving you some tips on how you can improve your chances of landing the position of your dreams.
New research has identified the functions of the part of the brain where Alzheimer’s begins, with the first symptoms being problems with episodic memory.
There’s likely to be a boom in life science jobs in the next few years, after a report revealed the life science industry is expecting to grow significantly.
Got Milk? Well yes, actually. Blue, Green, Red…even Orange. Like many others across the UK, our office runs on a familiar fuel source. Hot Drinks. Barring the odd fancy herbal tea and an alarming increasing rise of decaf options, we’re traditional coffee and tea people. Where the divide comes in is what goes into these drinks. It’s milk of varying …
When it comes to recruitment campaigns, do you hire people based on their potential or do you prioritise experience and qualifications instead?
The life sciences industry in the UK is looking strong at the moment thanks in part to changes in the funding landscape.
Research has found just how much it’s costing firms who hire the wrong people for a job and subsequently lose them within a year of offering them a job.
Experts from the University of Leeds and Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust are in line to receive £3.5 million to pioneer new radiotherapy technologies.
Fireworks are wildly overrated and a hideous waste of money. Unpopular opinion indeed, however, you can consider me the Ebenezer Scrooge of Bonfire Night. I just don’t get what the big deal is. The 5th November marks the 414th anniversary of Guy Fawkes and his pals attempt to blow up the Houses of Parliament. Ironically, there’s a few people in …
Is there anything worse than the sucker punch of embarrassment from tripping in public? It’s regrettably a feeling I know all too well. I’m a clumsy sort of guy and despite 29 years of being a human (yes, I know it’s hard to believe) I often have a good old malfunction and there’s usually someone around to notice it. I …
A recent study conducted in the US found that more than half of students drop out of their research experience within the first year of their studies.
Did you know – Water isn’t wet. Divides opinion as a statement and until you actually consider the science of it, it’s hard to get your noggin around it…even then it’s not the easiest sell. Wetness is the ability of liquid to adhere to the surface of a solid, so when we say something is wet, we mean that the …