Join our Science Writing Webinar: Top Tips and Common Mistakes in Scientific Writing

Join our Science Writing Webinar: Top Tips and Common Mistakes in Scientific Writing

Free science writing webinar Top Tips and Common Mistakes in Scientific Writing We are pleased to announce that we will be holding a new science writing webinar at the start of the new academic year. This writing webinar will be held by Dr. Jerry Carr-Brion, MRSC, CChem on the 26th of October at 5:00pm GMT+2.  Jerry has been providing editing and proofreading at eCORRECTOR for over 5 years. He will cover various aspects that can help researchers improve their written communication skills. He

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Webinar “Top Tips and Common Mistakes in Scientific Writing”

Webinar “Top Tips and Common Mistakes in Scientific Writing”

We are pleased to announce that our next science writing webinar “Top Tips and Common Mistakes in Scientific Writing” will be held by Dr. Jerry Carr-Brion, MRSC, CChem. He is the author of the recent book Process Development: An Introduction for Chemists. Jerry has been providing editing and proofreading at eCORRECTOR for over 5 years. He will cover a variety of aspects that can help researchers improve their written communication skills. This free webinar will take place on Zoom on

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eCORRECTOR’s webinar. “Writing scientific manuscripts ? work smarter, not harder”

eCORRECTOR’s webinar. “Writing scientific manuscripts ? work smarter, not harder”

Last week, on the 21st of April, we held another webinar entitled: “Writing scientific manuscripts ? work smarter, not harder”. It was a huge success and we were really happy to see such a turnaround ? over 70 participants. It was moderated by co-founder and chief editor of eCORRECTOR, Dr. (hab.) Mark J. Hunt, and our main guest, who conducted the entire lecture, was Dr. Suzanne Naser who obtained her Ph.D. in Chemistry from Johns Hopkins University, USA. The main

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How to submit a paper ? short videos

How to submit a paper ? short videos

eCORRECTOR is a scientific proofreading and editing service founded in 2013. To date, we have helped thousands of scientists publish their results in renowned international peer-reviewed journals. We aim to help non-native speakers of English improve the language of their manuscripts in the hope that the results will be expressed in the strongest possible way. eCORRECTOR has a large network of native English PhD proofreaders and editors, many of whom are actively publishing scientists. In line with our goal of

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Academic writing workshop with IIMCB doctoral students (26-27.09.2019)

Academic writing workshop with IIMCB doctoral students (26-27.09.2019)

Sharing our knowledge of academic writing is always a great joy to our team. This time, we have had this opportunity in collaboration with the International Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology in Warsaw (IIMCB). Their autumn meeting at the Orle Gniazdo manor in Sromowce Wyżne (financed from the MOSAIC funds) was devoted to upgrading the skills of their PhD students and exchanging research ideas among them. Organisation that aims at internationalisation International Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology in

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Academic writing workshop for IIMCB PhD candidates

Academic writing workshop for IIMCB PhD candidates

On 27 September 2019, our company will carry out a workshop for PhD Candidates that conduct their research at the International Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology. Dr hab. Mark J. Hunt will present the process of preparing a scientific publication that will make the review stage a mere formality. The workshop participants will also learn about the importance of a letter to the publisher as well as the benefits of cooperating with native speakers. One of the points of

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6th International Medical Science Pulse Conference in Opole, May 23-24 2019

6th International Medical Science Pulse Conference in Opole, May 23-24 2019
May was an important month for our team ? it was the time of the Medical Science Pulse Conference in Opole! We highly enjoy each edition of this event. This year, we prepared two events for you. We do hope you enjoyed them and will use the knowledge we shared to improve your researcher?s workshop. Ways to improve your scientific writing - 23 May, 13.20 Our Head of Scientific Proofreading, dr hab. Mark J. Hunt, talked about some dos and don?tsRead more ->

All-Poland Scientific Conference of Student Scientific Circles of Psychiatry as well as Children and Youth Psychiatry “On the Other Side of the Mirror”

All-Poland Scientific Conference of Student Scientific Circles of Psychiatry as well as Children and Youth Psychiatry “On the Other Side of the Mirror”

On Saturday, April 13, eCORRECTOR participated in the third edition of the All-Poland Scientific Conference of Student Scientific Circles of Psychiatry as well as Children and Youth Psychiatry ?On the Other Side of the Mirror? as one of the sponsors. The first edition took place in 2016 and we have been supporting the event since 2017. The main organisers are the Student Scientific Circle for Psychiatry active at the Department and Clinic of Psychiatry of the Medical University of Warsaw and the Student

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eCORRECTOR at the IPEG Meeting in Zurich

eCORRECTOR at the IPEG Meeting in  Zurich

On 21-25 Nov 2018, our Head of Proofreading, dr hab. Mark J. Hunt, attended the IPEG Meeting at the Psychiatric University Hospital (PUK) in Zurich. The main organiser was the International Pharmaco-EEG Society, a professional association for persons (academia, clinics, industry) operating in electrophysiological brain research in pharmacology, neurotoxicology, personalized medicine and related areas. The goal of the entire event is to establish a platform for a global exchange of research results regarding electrophysiology and its applications. The invited keynote

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