Editage strengthens its relations with South Korean academia
(January 23, 2017; Seoul, South Korea) – More universities in South Korea are turning to Editage for editorial support that can make research from Korea available to scholars worldwide. Editage’s author services will now be available to authors from the following four universities: Eulji University, Korea’s only university that specializes in healthcare and medicine; Catholic Kwandong University (CKU), known for the state-of-the-art International St. Mary’s hospital, one of Korea’s leading hospitals; Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH), Korea’s first research-oriented university; and The Korean Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), Korea’s first science and technology research institute. With these partnerships, Editage is now associated with over 50 South Korean universities.
“We are continuously striving to work with Korean Universities to help Korean researchers get published and make sure that their work is accessible to a global audience. All our partnerships and services are geared toward ensuring that researchers in Korea have complete access to our educational resources and experienced editors,” said Basil D’souza, Vice President, Publisher and Academia Relations, Editage. He continued, “We are always looking to work with universities and organizations to offer customized solutions in terms of editorial as well as training support to enable their researchers and authors publish and compete internationally.”
Authors from Editage’s partner universities can now setup their accounts on the Editage website by using their institutional email addresses and submit their manuscripts with ease.
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