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New tool makes it easy to find appropriate keywords for your manuscript

Selecting keywords for a scientific paper is often difficult, and it’s important to get the keywords right so readers can find your work. The Medical Subject Headings section of the U.S. National Library of Science are responsible for the MeSH Library of approved keywords. They have recently launched a simple tool to help pick appropriate […]

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English science editing materials and methods: insertions and deletions

Example of our standard science editing service: materials and methods

When submitting manuscripts to scientific journals, it’s important to make sure that your materials and methods section is written very well, so that your reviewers can fully understand and evaluate your research. The language you use, the order of the methods and the level of detail you provide are all important. We understand that it […]

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Tutorial: Scientific editing and using track changes in Word

The science editors at Science Editing Experts always use the Track Changes  feature of Microsoft Word. This is a really useful tool which allows you to review and accept changes one by one. In this post, I’ll provide a short tutorial for our blog readers who are not familiar with Track Changes.  I’ll use the […]

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Uniform guidelines for biomedical journals

The International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (IJCME) is a group of science editors from 12 different journals. They have defined a standard set of rules and guidelines for preparing documents for their journals. The rules are called the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals, and the guidelines cover a number of areas, […]

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