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December 10, 2013

Gemma Robinson created this conceptual illustration to accompany an article about a study into whether honey can be used to prevent infections in patients with dialysis catheters. (more)

November 6, 2013

Gemma Robinson’s contribution to The Serco Prize for Illustration 2014 tells the visual story of Alfred Collins, London's longest serving taxi driver with a career spanning 70 years, having picked up his first passenger in 1937.  (more)

October 9, 2013

Gemma Robinson was commissioned to illustrate two articles in the Sept/Oct issue of the Educause Review. The first featured online learning and how MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) could threaten the current model of higher education. “It gave the impression that time is running out for institutions that fail to embrace new online technologies, so that's the concept I wanted to emphasize in the illustration,” she explains. (more)

September 24, 2013

Gemma Robinson had great fun creating this illustration recently for BBC Focus magazine, accompanying an article about the science behind coffee stains and the way they dry. (more)

September 17, 2013

Gemma Robinson’s illustration addresses the many pathogens that can affect patients undergoing lung transplantation and the critical importance of post-operative surveillance. (more)

September 3, 2013

Gemma Robinson illustrated an article for Nursing Standard magazine about how nurses and other healthcare practitioners from South Australia have linked up to take part in a clinical leadership program.  Originated in the UK, the article discusses the relative success of the program 10 years on in Australia.  (more)

July 22, 2013

Gemma Robinson’s cover illustration for Health Service Journal is for a story about how junior doctors get to work in many different hospitals and departments, and so are able to learn from good and bad practice on their journey. (more)

July 2, 2013

Gemma Robinson deconstructs a luscious, but mystifying dinner at Restaurant Mark Greenaway in these illustrated exploded drawings; fine dining deciphered for the common man! (more)

June 24, 2013

Gemma Robinson has been illustrating a monthly column for Focus magazine, exploring everyday scientific mini-gems. This month they delved into ice cream and entropy. Apparently, in the author’s words, "An ice cream isn't just a tasty treat; it's a minor act of thermodynamic rebellion." (more)

May 14, 2013

British illustrator Gemma Robinson has created a quirky comic based on memories of her 1980's childhood. In the 80's, no birthday party was complete without cheese and pineapple on a stick. Gemma's illustrations take a humorous look at why cheese and pineapple together are very, very wrong… (more)