PHASTAR Open Office Evening in London.
PHASTAR held an open office evening in our new London offices this week. Due to our continued success and growth, we moved to new facilities earlier this year, and invited leaders in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries to visit our offices. Our CEO, Kevin Kane, talked about the history of the company, the principles behind the quality of our work, and our growth, which is fuelled by repeat business from satisfied customers.
The attendees were treated to a talk by Simon Singh on "The Mathematical Secrets of The Simpsons", revealing some quite complex mathematical problems that are hidden in the popular cartoon. Simon has worked as a producer and director in BBC programmes such as Tomorrow’s World and Horizon. After publishing an article about a chiropractic, he was famously sued by the British Chiropractic Association in a libel case that lasted two years, and which he eventually won. Simon now works closely with Sense About Science, a charitable organisation that works with scientists and members of the public to change public debates and to equip people to make sense of science and evidence. Simon's talk was humourous and well received.
We were all also entertained by The London String Trio who played on the night - they have performed at the Royal Variety Show, The Brit Awards and played with a variety of artists including Katherine Jenkins, Michael Buble, Cher and Rhianna as well as many more.