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Examples of feedback and comments on intensive edits

As part of our intensive editing service, your editor will provide detailed feedback and helpful advice on your manuscript.  The comments may be necessary to clarify the text, ask you to provide more information or include advice to improve the quality of your scientific writing. In this post, I’ve provided examples of actual comments from real […]

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Science Editing Experts: Standard English language edit service Introduction 2

Example of our standard science editing service: Introduction

The introduction or background section is a very important part of a scientific paper.  It’s one of the first sections which most people read, and a good introduction will provide a clear and concise summary of the background to your research.  If you don’t have English as a first language, then English language science editing […]

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Science editing materials and methods

Which is correct: 2 mL of NaOH or 2 mL NaOH?

This is the latest post in our series of questions on scientific editing and writing. We hope you find these questions are an easy way to learn all the little rules you need to remember when writing scientific papers and manuscripts.   Which is correct: 2 mL of NaOH or 2 mL NaOH? Answer: 2mL […]

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