Something to not celebrate


Something to not celebrate, but a helpful history of how the management of science has been degraded by accreditation.

Why, in the list, do they imply association with the invention of the microchip or Human Genome project?  Was accreditation itself too boring or insignificant?  Great technical and scientific developments of this kind were achieved throughout history without accreditation.

Celebrating 21 years of UKAS & 50 years of accreditation in the UK

http://ukas.newsweaver.com/Flyer/gz8nitmj51t1sgol4qubj7?email=true&a=11&p=50026880

http://ukas.newsweaver.com/Flyer/gz8nitmj51t1sgol4qubj7?email=true&a=11&p=50026880

http://ukas.newsweaver.com/Flyer/gz8nitmj51t1sgol4qubj7?email=true&a=11&p=50026880

 

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