Time of blossoming projects!

Happy Easter!

Happy Easter!

Easter should be for you a day of rejoycement and happiness, to be born again! It's a day when we should express our trust in a better future, more collaborative and engaged for all.

Eggs are key to Easter success, symbolizing new life. Originally, eating eggs was forbidden in the Holy Week preceding Easter. These eggs were saved and decorated in the run-up to the festivities, and then given to children as gifts. The first chocolate eggs appeared in the early 19th century. Later, chocolate-making techniques significantly improved their taste and outlook, and these delicious delights remain popular to date.

Rabbits and hares have been associated with spring since ancient times. It is thought that the Anglo-Saxon Goddess of Spring, Eostre, had a hare as her companion, symbolizing fertility and rebirth. It’s hardly surprising to anybody that rabbits and hares have become linked to fertility: they are both prolific breeders…

All we want for the next months

All we want for the next months

...is your continued satisfaction with our efforts to elaborate the most professional publications for you, in flawless English!

Our in-house staff includes medical professionals and linguistic experts. For over 11 years now, we have been editing and translating medical works, not to mention our skilled medical writers producing original, high-quality publications tailored to our clients’ specific needs.

Do you have an ongoing publication that no one on your staff can find time for? Our medical writers manage editorial content of a wide variety of medical fields, by writing up the entire publication or by finalizing only parts of it. Should you have any writing requirements, do not hesitate for a second to contact us as of today!

Basic elements of style

Basic elements of style

Writing is hard, even for authors who do it on a regular basis. Less frequent practitioners often get stuck and blame themselves. Why can't I get this right? As we all must occasionally act as writers, we should keep in mind a simple set of rules.

1) Put statements in positive form. Make definite assertions and use the word not as a means of denial, never as a means of evasion.

≠ He was not very often late → He usually came early

2) Use specific and concrete language. Prefer the specific to the general, and the concrete to the abstract.

≠ A period of unfavorable weather set in → It rained every day

3) Omit useless words. A sentence should contain no unnecessary words, a paragraph no unnecessary sentences. The fact that is especially distasteful.

≠ Owing to the fact that → because

4) Avoid the use of qualifiers: such as very, rather, little, or pretty. The constant use of the adjective little is particularly unpleasant, as little should only be used to indicate size.

≠ We should all try to do a little better → We should all try to improve

5) Keep to one tense. When describing your Method and Result sections, keep to one tense and use the same tense throughout, and mostly the past tense.