Homer left historians with the impression that the ancient Greeks and Romans had an under-developed appreciation of colour. The ancients, in fact, were a shade more sophisticated than that and understood colour in a completely different way to us, argues Mark Bradley. By kind permission of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, we are pleased to bring you this fascinating look at colour.
Dr K S Murthy (Pidilite Industries Ltd) reports on this SDC EC event which took place at Nirmala Niketan College of Home Science, India
“The Highest Law of Love is Service” is the slogan that defines Nirmala Niketan College of Home Science that was established in 1955. SDC EC in conjunction with the College featured Dr S Y Kamat, Vice President (Industrial Products and Solutions), Kothari Info Tech Ltd, in a lecture on “Advances in Pigment Printing and Inkjet Printing of Textiles” and Mr Yogesh Gaikwad of SDC on “What is Colour” on 28th January 2014 at the College Auditorium, which was attended by a full house of students all specialising in Textiles and Fashion Technology. Despite environmental issues and other problems, pigment printing continues to enjoy the lion’s share of about 50% of the total printing segment because it is fashion oriented, versatile on all substrates, easy and with the lowest water footprint.
Mark Downs, Chief Executive of the Society of Biology is our guest blogger, taking a look at some of the challenges of governance.
Governance is dull. Lots of bureaucracy and an administration overhead. Enough said? The strange thing is that it can become quite interesting if you’re not careful. That’s the situation I found myself in after just a few months in my new job as the CEO of the Society of Biology back in late 2009. It was a new organisation with completely new governance.