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We are really excited to announce that we are currently undergoing a laboratory expansion to include additional, purpose-built laboratory space for our cell culture and molecular services. Over the last year, we have added extensively to our service offering and doubled our scientific team. In 2020, we will support clients to: continue to develop and […]

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What is the Bradford Factor? The Bradford Factor is a way of measuring an employee’s absenteeism and is intended to highlight frequent short-term absence. The Bradford Factor can also be referred to as the Bradford Index or Bradford Formula. Why use the Bradford Factor? The Bradford Factor is usually used as a tool in part of the wider absence management process as opposed to a standalone tool. This is because of its heavy weighting on frequent short-term absence, which on its own could potentially be considered unfair or discriminatory. The tool can be used to identify trends and underlying...

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Propelling visitors into an immersive environment, Igloo Vision, showcase how to generate enduring experiences through projection domes and why ...

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If you attended the recent CIPD Annual Conference at Manchester Central on 6th and 7th November, you may have listened to a talk from our very own CEO and Co-Founder, Jason Dowzell who discussed how you can encourage your employees to be security-savvy. If you missed it you can download the slides by completing this short form: Jason covered some important aspects regarding data security in HR, including system passwords, phishing and social engineering and how they can breach your sensitive data. What is sensitive data? Firstly, to be security-savvy, we need to understand what sensitive data actually is....

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There is a need for rapid, accurate quantitative diagnostic tests within the health sector as often many early stage illnesses cannot be identified on the basis of clinical signs and symptoms. A quantitative diagnostic assay can give accurate and exact numeric measure of a unique biomarker in a sample. Whereas qualitative diagnostic test such as a positive or negative can often be misread or result in false positives and are not as accurate as quantitative values. However, the development of quantitative assays is proven to more difficult and can result in many problems during the development stage. The top...

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