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Pace Maker

Here’s something that’ll be music to most people’s ears who are involved in R&D. Speaking to the Associated Press, lifelong inventor Wilson Greatbatch said: “Nine things out of 10 don’t work”. But don’t despair, “The 10th one will pay for the other nine”.


You know the saying about ‘tidy desk, tidy mind’? Well a bit of clutter never did Scottish biologist, pharmacologist and botanist Sir Alexander Fleming any harm. In fact, scientific sloppiness was partly responsible for one of the milestones in 20th century pharmaceutical history.

Post-it Notes

It’s no secret that R&D can sometimes take a while to come to fruition, but if any proof were needed that persistence pays off, look no further than the humble office Post-it note.


Don’t you just hate interruptions? There you are – in the zone – working away, when you suddenly get sidetracked.

What we can do about the high cost of drugs?

Every year, millions of people die from lack of medical treatment. According to the UN, 1.6 million died in 2015 as a result of malaria, tuberculosis and HIV-related illnesses.

The myths around accessing R&D tax relief

Research and development (R&D) tax relief was introduced by the UK Government to encourage UK companies to invest in more innovation-focused projects and maintain the country’s position as a global leader in science and technology.

Unusual sources of biofuels

Poo-powered cars? Algae electricity? Public transport running on kitchen-oil and congealed fat? These are only some of the biofuel alternatives currently being developed!

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