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We recently caught up with Alex Howard, an experienced business manager and software developer, to discover more about AAH Software Ltd. and what its like being part of the Norwich Research Park business community.
What does AAH Software Ltd do?
“AAH Software develops bespoke research stu
Let's start with some statistics.
According to a Mckinsey study, one year after the first Covid-19 spike, in Feb'21, nearly 13 - 17% of all outpatient visits continued to be through Telehealth. This is almost 38 times the claims that used to be made e
AAH Software has received a Cyber Essentials UK government-backed accreditation demonstrating that it operates to robust IT security standards.
The company - which builds and hosts databases and remote research platforms for businesses and medical research organizations - has always ensured the highest standards of cyber protec
We are delighted to have been recognised with a Highly Commended award for Excellence in Life Sciences from Read More
We are very proud to have been shortlisted for 'Digital/e-commerce Business of the Year' by the 'FSB Celebrating Small Business Awards 2020' 😁🤞
Our series explores the different variants of dementia from both a scientific and carers viewpoint. Professor Michael Hornberger explains in layman terms, what's happening in the brain to help our understanding of the disease. Fascinating and awful in equal measure.
We also hear from carers looking after loved ones with the disease, a
Using online research technologies is gaining popularity in the areas of PHD and post doctoral research.
AAH Software interviewed Dr Stephen Mullin, Clinical Lecturer in Neurology at the University of Plymouth, to find out the pros and cons of this methodology. Read on to discover if it could be right for your research.
A new study, with links to Norwich, hopes to make in-roads into predicting and preventing Parkinson’s Disease.
Predict PD is seeking 10,000 people in the UK to participate in its ground-breaking study using simple online tests to identify people at high risk of Parkinson’s disease before the symptoms appear.
With the coming of the ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’, many students are taking it upon themselves to teach themselves the skills of coding in order to become more tech-savvy and compete in an increasingly digital age. The term, ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution’, coined by Klaus Schwab, refers to the consolidation of technol
NHS England has pledged that digitally-enabled care will go ‘mainstream’ across the NHS over the next decade, and set eight milestones on the way to that goal.
The NHS Long Term Plan, published today, includ
We would like to thank all our amazing customers for making this a fantastic 2018. We are truly proud to be working with you and being part of the important, life changing, research you and your teams are undertaking. We wish you all a Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year, here’s to 2019!
Instead of gifts and cards we have once again don
How will your future workplace differ from today?
The workplace of the past had well-defined structure, employees would come into a physical space with hierarchical management and specified core working hours. With the gig-economy flouri