Seasons’s greetings to all of our friends. We hope you enjoy this year’s Christmas Jumper. We’d also like to thank Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky for the very festive music. Best wishes and see you in 2019. Alex, Matthew, Mark, Andy, Royston, Lyn and Adam.
Revolutions take a long time – and every industrial revolution brings a learning revolution along with it. This applies to every manner of job and occupation including translation and interpretation. Translators and interpreters work in a state of dynamic change by choice – and so do we. So, we were particularly pleased to be asked to […]
Medicine Quality and Public Health addressed an important global topic – substandard and falsified medicines. This is an increasing problem for global health mainly affecting developing nations but also developed countries such as the UK and its National Health Service. There are a number of causes of poor quality medicines, but they largely fall into two […]
Meetings are the skill and art of putting things together to produce a harmonious and beneficial result. Meetings can also apply to inert materials such as pen and ink and paper – or, to flesh and bone and manufactured materials for a medical or surgical process such as application of a prosthesis or in orthotics. […]
Keen followers of my Twitter feed – @drawnalismAlex – may have noticed a some mildly cryptic images appearing over the last couple of weeks. I’ve been participating in Inktober – an annual drawing challenge that takes place on social media. The rules are simple 1. Make a drawing in ink 2. Post it 3. Hashtag […]