Our clients have included:
- The internationally recognized Health Effects Institute of Boston, serving researchers (for many of whom English is not a first language) in Europe, Asia, and North America. HEI commissions and publishes research on the human health effects of air pollution. Its reports can run to 275 pages or more.
- The New York Academy of Sciences — one of America’s oldest scientific societies, founded in 1817, with 20,000 members in 100 countries — on topics ranging from architecture, biology, and other health and life sciences to interdisciplinary studies, nanotechnology, and medicine.
- Environ Corp. (now Ramboll Group of Orestad, Denmark) — an international consultancy on environmental and human health issues — for papers on air pollution health effects, biochemistry, chemical biology, and molecular pharmacology.