Our museum was designing a new brochure and we turned to Robert for proofreading the English language version for our English speaking customers. We want to thank him for his efficient work and also wish him luck with his business in the future. Tuuli Ravantti, Forssa Museum, Finland.
As a Ph.D. student I need to publish the outcomes of my research in high-impact journals, almost always in English. I was not very experienced in writing scientific papers in English, so I asked Robert for help before sending the paper to the journal. He got back to me very quickly and read the paper very carefully. I realised I had used many expressions directly translated from Czech, and that I often used articles in the wrong way. After Robert's check, my paper was more readable than before, having removed grammar mistakes and clumsy expressions. I submitted the paper to a British journal and the comments on my paper were solely about the content, not the language. I perceive this as a success bearing in mind that this was my very first scientific paper written in English. I am sure I would not have been able to get such positive feedback without Robert's careful check. Štěpán Nosek, Department of Social Geography and Regional Development, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic.
My cooperation with Robert B. Davis started a year ago (2015), at the time when I was searching for somebody able to proofread my publication. Up to now the cooperation has been both pleasant and professional. I hope that this will contiunue in the future. Imbi Nurmoja, Estonian Veterinary and Food Laboratory, Tartu, Estonia.
During the four years of my PhD studies, Robert proofread most of the journal articles that were used for my thesis, as well as the thesis itself. While pursuing my own research in space technology, Robert showed he could quickly understand the basics of another field to a level that ensured excellent proofreading. In addition to correcting grammar mistakes, articles and typos, Robert helped make my articles and thesis clearer and more understandable. Dr. Andris Slavinskis, Tartu Observatory, Estonia.