Our client in Oxfordshire is looking for a rising star to join their small business with a view to taking the reigns in either a COO or CCO level post within a short space of time. This post is within a privately owned biotechnology company dealing with Neurodegenerative diseases with a therapeutic focus.
Tell us what you hear? We would love to know! Comment Below. We are divided here at the Orbit HQ with many hearing ‘Yanny’ and few hearing ‘Laurel’. Turns out… if you hear Yanny, you are wrong and need to upgrade your speaker as the sound byte comes from the the website
…From our plastic pollution crisis. As reported in the Guardian yesterday, Japanese Scientists who were conducting a research study of PET have made an incredible discovery which will hopefully contribute to ridding our world of the plastic waste crisis we have. During their research on hundreds of samples of PET pollution, the scientists uncovered a colony
‘Google’ honours Katsuko Saruhashi, for her incredible work as a Geochemist. Katsuko Saruhashi had a fascination about raindrops as a child and turned her curiosity to studying acid rain and its effects in the 1970s and 1980s. Often described as a shy, introverted little girl, this Japanese geochemist made some of the first measurements of
“May you keep flying like Superman in Microgravity” You once said this to Astronauts and now we say the same to you. Few have influenced our world as Stephen Hawking has. Tearing up the book on physics. If you haven’t read his book ‘A brief History of Time’ then take a look at the clip
What the cell is Blockchain? And why are Life Science companies getting involved? If like us at Orbit Search , the foreign language that is Blockchain, Bit Coin, Crypto currency has been popping up all over your news feeds but you still haven’t a clue what it is, then I would like to introduce you
Orbit Search is honoured to be exhibiting at this exciting event in London. Festival of Genomics If you are coming along please stop by the exhibition stand to pick up a leaflet and some treats. January 30th – January 31st – London Excel Centre – Stand D6 See you there!