For many in non-scientific industries, it might be simple enough to carry on working with the addition of Zoom and Google Docs to keep workflows running smoothy, however, for those in scientific, evidence-based industries, where the collection, structuring and sharing of data is vital, the impact has been more complex and challenging, highlighting concerns about the long-term viability of our industry in its current state.
The UFI serves as a unique recipe identifier and helps with the exact identification of a dangerous mixture to enable faster first aid.
The UK Government has to incentivise UK scientists and business entrepreneurs by giving them a variety of tax breaks if it is meet its green agenda. The Government’s 10-point green plan is a positive step in addressing the challenges of climate change but in order to make the UK the centre of the green economy further scientific and business incentivisation is needed right now. Read more in C&I Magazine.