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24:7 WINS QUEENS AWARD

It is with great pride that we can celebrate that The 24:7 Theater Theatre Arts Company has received The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service Considered an “MBE for volunteer groups”, the award was created by The Queen in 2002 to mark the occasion of her Golden Jubilee,

24:7 WINS QUEENS AWARD

Gaskell mystery solved?

As a member of the University of Manchester, SRi Forensics' owner Ray Evans continues to contribute the the research of the institution, but also to contribute to the history of Manchester.. See and hear how a mystery from the 18th Century was solved using modern day methods.. The long-held

Gaskell mystery solved?

Man Jailed For Killing Nightclub Tycoon Father

SRi are pleased to have contributed in the case of David West who was killed by his own son David West junior. As one of the few UK companies authorised by the Criminal Prosecution Service to provide injury depictions for these cases where the images of the deceased are too distressing for showing

Man Jailed For Killing Nightclub Tycoon Father

New Bahid book

New bahid book 2nd volume now available from CRC press - A supplemental follow-up to the first BAHID book, Forensic Human Identification: An Introduction, is now available for purchase. Advances in Forensic Human Identification , covers advances in the most well-known scientific

New Bahid book

Police Fears for Jobs...

The consequences of belt tightening in the economy is being felt right across the Criminal Justice System, non more so than in the Police it is widely reported in the media. Using the figures available from the Police Federation and the Government, I thought I'd take a look at how the claims and

Police Fears for Jobs...

GILIOLA GAMBERINI AWARD

AEIMS together with the Centre of Biomedical Visualization (formerly Scuola Superiore di Disegno Anatomico of Bologna University) announce the Second Edition of the “Giliola Gamberini Award - International Competition for Medical and Scientific Illustration”. Giliola Gamberini

GILIOLA GAMBERINI AWARD

Artists at work

The 2015 AEIMS annual Congress in Bristol was a great success. Congratulations to Margot and her team for an informative program and unique setting within her company factory, Limbs 'n' Things .

Artists at work

Past colleagues

Past colleagues It is with sadness that we report the passing of our dear Medical Artist Association Colleague, Jack Chalker, who has died aged 96. A respected member of the MAA for many years, Jack was an artist whose sketches and watercolours recorded life as a prisoner of war on the

Past colleagues

VIEW FROM AFAR

Only three days into what was to become a very enjoyable vacation in the the tropical paradise which is the Caribbean, my attention was drawn to the 'disturbances' occurring in London and the 'provinces'. I was shocked and somewhat dismayed on two fronts; one, that police action, whether correctly

VIEW FROM AFAR

Leadership and Innovation

On the 14th and 15th November 2011, SRi Forensics attended the Police Leadership and Innovation Conference at Manchester University. Hosted within the facility in which SRi Forensics is located, the event discussed and considered the links between public leadership and innovation. Day one focused

Leadership and Innovation

Vesalius Continuum

Commemorating the 500th anniversary of Andréas Vesalius 1514 - 2014. In September 2014, under the auspices of The Municipality of Zakynthos and the Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium in Athens, the beautiful Ionian Island of Zakynthos (Zante) will host a number of events commemorating the

Vesalius Continuum


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