Why has Chemistry Central chosen to partner with Edanz?


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Chemistry Central has chosen Edanz because of their excellent track record, proven high quality, their capacity to handle high volumes of submissions, their locations and their author workshops. Authors expect Chemistry Central to recommend a company which consistently provides high quality services.

Edanz employ only expert scientists who are native English speakers to provide their language editing services. In addition to advising on the language of the manuscript, editors can also help the author to ensure that it clearly communicates the scientific content and that the scientific language is accurate. They also work with the author to make sure that the submission meets the requirements set out in the Instructions for Authors and that the references are correctly formatted.

Edanz has well-established local offices in Japan and China, each employing 13 staff, with dedicated customer service staff, and local language communications. They can manage a large volume of submissions. They have already worked on over 70,000 manuscripts, and are expanding their editor pool, which already numbers well over 200 scientists.

Edanz are the only language editing company which provide author workshops not only in Japan and China, but also at international conferences worldwide. These workshops are designed to teach authors how to write quality manuscripts and cover topics such as how non-native English authors can overcome the language barrier, writing a title that will attract readers, abstract writing, cover letter development, publication ethics, and how to describe revisions in response to peer review comments. Edanz and Chemistry Central will be presenting a number of these free-of-charge workshops throughout China as an additional service to authors.

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