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The science behind R&D tax relief

Claiming R&D tax relief isn’t exactly rocket science is it? Sorry to disappoint you, but yes it is actually.

The Science of Running

With the running season truly upon us, we consider the science behind running, and what us humans gain from it (apart from the blisters!).

Emerging Technologies within the Healthcare Supply Chain

Recent innovation by SMEs and academia has led to several exciting developments with implications to the healthcare technology supply chain.

Real-Time Ray Tracing – The biggest advance in computer graphics?

If you’ve ever watched a film or the television in the 21st century then ray-tracing may be most important algorithm you’ve never heard of. (Unless, that is, you are making films or TV programmes.)

Blockchain: Will it change the world of business?

If you’ve heard of Bitcoin or cryptocurrencies you’ve probably heard of blockchain. They are closely related inasmuch as the technology that makes cryptocurrencies possible is blockchain.

ARMAR – the key to cost reductions in Manufacturing?

Recent technology advances have spawned new software systems to assist in product maintenance in Manufacturing.

Is the UK’s tech sector missing out on R&D tax relief?

The UK’s technology sector is widely acknowledged as one of the fastest growing areas of the economy, with Prime Minister Theresa May describing it earlier this year as a "great British success story".

Emerging Technologies within the Food & Drink Industry

Recent innovation by SMEs and academia has led to several exciting new material developments with implications for a wide variety of different industries.

Ten top tips to choose the right R&D tax relief advisor

Make sure you choose the right R&D tax relief advisory firm, for a robust, maximised claim with none of the hassle.

R&D Tax Relief Fake News

When it comes to R&D tax relief, at ABGI UK we hear a lot of fake news, and we don’t like it. R&D tax fake news can misinform eligible businesses, leading them to wrongly believe that R&D tax credits aren’t for them.