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Troy Jones 2016-12-13
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the Uk will most likely leave the EU, but also the fact that the united states has elected a president who so far has raised more questions than provided answers, has caused significant uncertainty among companies and researchers active in the life science area.

– Whether companies should have the courage to risk billions to develop a new drug, they need to know that the products that reach the market will also be sold.

There is now a significant uncertainty and it could stifle development, says Jonas Ekstrand, ceo of the life science industry's common organization of the Sweden Bio.

– the Uncertainty of what will happen is our main concern, and it is a reality we will be forced to live in for a long time.

– the Authority is located in London and need to move about the Uk exit from the EU becomes a reality.

It is difficult, but just as serious is that a large part of EMA's investigative work carried out by the british agency.

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Guy Moorhouse 2019-09-18
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It’s in partnership with Covering Climate Now, a global journalism initiative to cover climate change in the week leading up to the U.N. summit on climate change in New York on Sept. 23.

This Friday, millions of young people will leave school for the day as part of a worldwide strike protesting inaction on climate change.

Their participation is in part thanks to a group of activists in the industry who call themselves the Purpose Disruptors, and are on a mission to ensure that agencies are doing their part—and using their creativity—to tackle one of the biggest issues of our time.

Helping to lead the charge is Jonathan Wise, co-founder of London-based Comms Lab, a four-year-old organization dedicated to helping agencies find purpose and make positive contributions to the world.

While the Purpose Disruptors network is relatively new, it has already managed to mobilize a number of agencies in London, where the group was founded.

“Not only are we encouraging people to go out and strike, but also to use our creative talents to make something to amplify the message of the young people,” Wise said.

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James Taylor 2017-07-05
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With the newest season of Game of Thrones just around the corner, British agency Catch Digital released GoTBot, a delightful little fan-pandering chatbot that’s loaded with series details and Easter eggs.

GoTBot can be used for basic catchup, like remembering who a character is or figuring out whether someone is still alive.

It’s packed with the show and books’ myriad secondary characters, plus titles and heirs you never knew existed.

What better way to underscore the fact that you truly do know

A few Easter eggs—activated when you ask questions like “How old are you?” or “How to get Jon Snow’s hair”—yield witty memeage, or in some cases, weird Hodor jokes.

While we can’t show you all of them, we’ll show you one:

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Troy Jones 2018-08-08
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The story of love has been masterfully chronicled on the screens of computers and mobile devices with Google’s brilliant “Parisian Love” a watershed moment on how a future between couples can be built.

Conversely, PSAs around texting and driving lean towards the other side of the spectrum, where violent crashes show the brutal consequences of taking eyes off the road.

According to the National Safety Council, mobile phone use while driving leads to 1.6 million accidents in the U.S. each year and accounts for 3,400 deaths, and a new 90-second film from British agency System1 manages to bridge the two emotions by showing how a burgeoning relationship is cut short due to texting while driving.

Directed by Unit9’s director team A Common Future, the spot seems innocuous enough until we start seeing texts being sent between the couple as the young woman in the spot drives along a winding road and the young man enters a bar, which turns out to be the place they first met.

As he waits, and as she drives, the texts begin to reveal that this is a serious relationship that is headed for the next step.

As he implies that he may ask her to marry her, she texts that she has other news to share as well—a baby on the way, perhaps?

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Troy Jones 2016-12-13
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the Uk will most likely leave the EU, but also the fact that the united states has elected a president who so far has raised more questions than provided answers, has caused significant uncertainty among companies and researchers active in the life science area.

– Whether companies should have the courage to risk billions to develop a new drug, they need to know that the products that reach the market will also be sold.

There is now a significant uncertainty and it could stifle development, says Jonas Ekstrand, ceo of the life science industry's common organization of the Sweden Bio.

– the Uncertainty of what will happen is our main concern, and it is a reality we will be forced to live in for a long time.

– the Authority is located in London and need to move about the Uk exit from the EU becomes a reality.

It is difficult, but just as serious is that a large part of EMA's investigative work carried out by the british agency.

James Taylor 2017-07-05
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With the newest season of Game of Thrones just around the corner, British agency Catch Digital released GoTBot, a delightful little fan-pandering chatbot that’s loaded with series details and Easter eggs.

GoTBot can be used for basic catchup, like remembering who a character is or figuring out whether someone is still alive.

It’s packed with the show and books’ myriad secondary characters, plus titles and heirs you never knew existed.

What better way to underscore the fact that you truly do know

A few Easter eggs—activated when you ask questions like “How old are you?” or “How to get Jon Snow’s hair”—yield witty memeage, or in some cases, weird Hodor jokes.

While we can’t show you all of them, we’ll show you one:

Guy Moorhouse 2019-09-18
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It’s in partnership with Covering Climate Now, a global journalism initiative to cover climate change in the week leading up to the U.N. summit on climate change in New York on Sept. 23.

This Friday, millions of young people will leave school for the day as part of a worldwide strike protesting inaction on climate change.

Their participation is in part thanks to a group of activists in the industry who call themselves the Purpose Disruptors, and are on a mission to ensure that agencies are doing their part—and using their creativity—to tackle one of the biggest issues of our time.

Helping to lead the charge is Jonathan Wise, co-founder of London-based Comms Lab, a four-year-old organization dedicated to helping agencies find purpose and make positive contributions to the world.

While the Purpose Disruptors network is relatively new, it has already managed to mobilize a number of agencies in London, where the group was founded.

“Not only are we encouraging people to go out and strike, but also to use our creative talents to make something to amplify the message of the young people,” Wise said.

Troy Jones 2018-08-08
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The story of love has been masterfully chronicled on the screens of computers and mobile devices with Google’s brilliant “Parisian Love” a watershed moment on how a future between couples can be built.

Conversely, PSAs around texting and driving lean towards the other side of the spectrum, where violent crashes show the brutal consequences of taking eyes off the road.

According to the National Safety Council, mobile phone use while driving leads to 1.6 million accidents in the U.S. each year and accounts for 3,400 deaths, and a new 90-second film from British agency System1 manages to bridge the two emotions by showing how a burgeoning relationship is cut short due to texting while driving.

Directed by Unit9’s director team A Common Future, the spot seems innocuous enough until we start seeing texts being sent between the couple as the young woman in the spot drives along a winding road and the young man enters a bar, which turns out to be the place they first met.

As he waits, and as she drives, the texts begin to reveal that this is a serious relationship that is headed for the next step.

As he implies that he may ask her to marry her, she texts that she has other news to share as well—a baby on the way, perhaps?