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Expert English editing and manuscript preparation for publication in top English language journals. Launching Q1 2016.
Expert English editing and manuscript preparation for publication in top English language journals. Launching Q1 2016.

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We are very pleased to announce that Ediqo is now available in Japanese at www.ediqo.jp.

Ediqo.jp will offer Ediqo's full range of services including English editing, copy editing, formatting and publication support. Customers also have the option to pay in Japanese Yen.

To read the full announcement, including a Japanese version, visit: https://www.ediqo.com/blog/ediqo-editing-platform-launches-japanese-website/

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Happy holiday season from Ediqo.
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In our latest blog post, we interview Dr Ivan Oransky, co-founder of Retraction Watch, who explains how retractions are "a window into the scientific process". See www.ediqo.com.

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We are very pleased to announce the launch of your new Chinese platform Aidike, working to assist Chinese scientists in publishing their work in leading English-language journals. Aidike will offer Ediqo's full range of services including English editing, copy editing, formatting and publication support, and is available in traditional and simple Chinese. Customers also have the option to pay in Chinese Yuan Renminbi. Please follow the link below to see Aidike's full range of services at http://buff.ly/28X0McB.

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How important do you think achieving impact is as a researcher? We interview socio-technical innovator Professor Mark Reed about this ever popular topic in our latest Q&A.
We discuss how to best achieve impact and what it should really mean to researchers.

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Are scientific findings exaggerated? A study out of the London School of Economics and Political Science has found a steady increase in the use of superlatives in PubMed abstracts. This interesting study at the intersection of language and science raises the question of whether we work in a "publish or perish" culture.

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Should I use punctuation in equations? The answer to this question and more via Ask Ediqo. Do you have a question you would like answered?

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Have you considered submitting your paper to an open peer-review journal? What are the advantages and risks? Our latest blog post gives you the low down on everything you need to know.

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"Publication in peer reviewed journals is still the primary means of communicating research..." See more from our Q&A with Professor Peter Howe, The University of Newcastle, via our blog Research Matters.
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