kdm communications is a full service B2B marketing agency with international reach, specialising in life science, technical and medical marketing communications.
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Established in 1984, kdm communications offers its clients a trusted blend of scientific understanding and marketing expertise. We can work with our clients at both a strategic and tactical level and pride ourselves on bringing a wealth of experience, relevant knowledge, creative flair and the odd bit of constructive criticism to the table.
With our in-house linguistic capabilities and international network of like-minded agencies, we are able to offer a truly global service, ensuring consistency of message across several continents at any one time.
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Ingenza has joined forces with leading universities and industrial partners to participate in the ConBioChem collaboration, a translational project focused on the development of novel platform technologies for the continuous bio-production of commodity chemicals.
18 January 2018Read in full
Point-of-care ultrasound supports Frimley Park Hospital’s anaesthesia and intensive care departments, guiding procedures and providing bedside diagnostics.
15 January 2018Read in full
Veolia Water Technologies has secured a contract to upgrade the treatment process at Trescott Wastewater Treatment Works (WwTW) to meet a tighter ammonia discharge consent of 1 mg/l.
12 January 2018Read in full
Veolia Water Technologies (Veolia) has been awarded a contract to supply a flagship Liquor Treatment Plant (LTP) at Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water’s Five Fords Wastewater Treatment Works (WwTW), near Wrexham, North Wales.
4 January 2018Read in full
ROMIL’s Hi-Dry® anhydrous solvents take the high purity concept of ROMIL-SpS™ Super Purity Solvents one step further.
8 December 2017Read in full
University College Hospital London (UCHL) has recently purchased 19 Verathon, Inc. GlideScope® systems in response to guidelines from the Difficult Airways Society recommending much greater accessibility to video laryngoscopy in hospitals.
4 December 2017Read in full