Editing assistance

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Editing assistance

Postby Chris Robbins » Mon Jul 07, 2008 6:36 pm

I am trying to assess whether there is a demand for editing services among foreign scientists or students preparing articles for journal submission, given the number of foreign nationals entering the science field.

There are numerous firms offering assistance in this area. I suppose I am interesting in knowing what non-English speaking scientists and students need to help them submit an article that meets minimum English standards for publication. Does anyone know the best way to assess this kind of demand and need?


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