FAQs to Our Science Editors
We can appreciate how anxious a scientific researcher may be about the final writing of the research methodology and conclusions of a science research project. We have a few FAQ to our science editors that will put to rest some concerns researcher may have.
What Type Of Science Editors Do We Have?
The editors we use not only have a strong command of the English language, but also are familiar with science terminology and definitions of your particular area of research.
Are These Editors Only Concerned With One Geographical Region?
No. We fully understand the scientific researcher wants to have his or her work published and read everywhere. We will do international science editing as well as European science editing. The work that we do will be performed in such a way as to be understood by any audience. We want to assure you that we do not change the methodology or the conclusions. We take the information and make it highly readable.
Do You Make Use of Native English Speaking Editors?
Absolutely! Our scientific editors have a very firm grasp of English because they grew up speaking the language. It means that they understand the nuances of the language and can translate your research into recognizable English phrases and wording. Scientific English editing is something that is best done by an experienced editor. Our editors have worked on a number of projects within your field and are aware of the terminology and scientific definitions. They have no problem in reviewing what could be complex methodology and create a factual manuscript is highly readable.
Will I Get to Review the Draft?
Yes. We make a point of working with the researcher in producing the manuscript. You’ll have the opportunity to review the draft and make any comments or revisions that are necessary. While we do offer suggestions, we respect the wishes of the researcher. This is your manuscript and we respect what you have done, and will make any revisions that you feel are necessary. You should not hesitate to request any changes because we are more than happy to do them.
We hope that these FAQs to our science editors are formative but you may have a few more. Please do feel free to email us your inquiries and will be happy to respond to them as soon as possible.