Agenda is pleased to announce that this week it has successfully passed its 6-monthly audit for ISO 9001, ISO27001 and ISO14001, this accreditation is fundamental to the quality management, information security and green processes that u...

We are always told to ‘avoid that’ and ‘do this’, here’s 15 health ‘facts’ we’re often told which are in fact totally wrong: 1. Your blood turns blue when it’s out of oxygen: MYTH Blood is never blue: It turns dark red wh...

Agenda Life Sciences would like to welcome Steve Dean to Agenda who strengthens the Manchester based facility management team. Steve Dean is an accomplished Senior Director and scientist with almost 30 years’ experience working in the ...

Kidney Cancer is the 7th most common type in the UK, and each year around 12,600 people are diagnosed with it with 4,400 losing their life to it. The disease, which is also known as renal cancer, is mainly diagnosed in people in their 60...

ELRIG Research & Innovation 2018 – Day 2 Disease is a journey to work! Following a fabulously informative and inspiring day 1 which was focussed on oncology research, ELRIG’s Research and Innovation conference day 2 looked at neurosc...

Intended to capture current and emerging opportunities in drug discovery research, ELRIG’s Research & Innovation event spans 2 days and is packed with excellent presentations from key research groups focussing on new biology and new th...

On April 11th, World Parkinson’s Day, Agenda are looking to raise awareness of the disease. Millions of people around the world are living with Parkinson’s disease, with the number of diagnosis’ in the UK expected to rise by around 1...

Some people hate it and some people love to do it, but cracking one’s knuckles is a process which seems insignificant to scientific research. That being said, the debate has gone on for around a century now, and until recently the cons...

On the 4th of April, we held our latest Lunch and Learn of the year, and this time the session was all to do with our Charity of the Year – Parkinson’s. Chrissie, our regional representative from Parkinson’s, kindly agreed to come ...