February 17, 2015 (Philadelphia, PA, USA)-Editage, a global scientific communication services provider, and Canadian Science Publishing (CSP), a not-for-profit publisher, announced the start of a co-branded editorial services portal dedicated to serving research communities. Through this partnership, Editage will offer services to help authors, particularly those whose first language is not English, craft well-written manuscripts for submission to an NRC Research Press journal. Authors planning to submit their articles to an NRC Research Press journal are entitled to a 15% discount on each of the Editage services available through the co-branded partnership with Canadian Science Publishing. Read More
London, January 26, 2015 – Editage, a leading provider of editorial and publication support services for the global research community and the flagship brand of Cactus Communications, and Overleaf, a rapidly growing online collaborative writing and publishing platform by WriteLaTeX, have entered into an agreement to allow Overleaf authors to directly transfer manuscripts to Editage for its entire range of language editing services.
January 21, 2015 (Philadelphia, PA, USA). Editage, a leading provider of editorial and publication support services for the global research community, announced its commitment to providing a seamless manuscript submission experience for authors by becoming the first to adopt Aries’ manuscript “ingest” functionality for Editorial Manager (EM), the world’s leading online manuscript submission and peer review system.
This partnership between Editage and Aries promises to bring Editage’s 70,000+ authors closer to the community of more than 6,000 scholarly journals using EM. As part of the collaboration, Editage will soon be able to directly transfer manuscripts on behalf of its authors to participating journal EM submission sites and simplify the manuscript submission workflow for both authors and journals alike. Read More
Editage announces the integration of data from Altmetric LLP into Intelligent CV (ICV). ICV is the newest product from Editage that allows researchers to build and manage their publication record and professional profile online.
With the integration of Altmetric data into ICV, researchers can now show the most comprehensive and latest alternative metrics data related to their publications in their online profiles. This development marks a crucial step in the efforts of Editage to provide a unique platform for researchers to promote an up-to-date profile of their professional Read More
Editage is pleased to announce the integration of ORCID identifiers in Intelligent CV (ICV), the newest tool in its product suite that lets authors build and manage their online publication records and professional profiles.
With the integration of ORCID identifiers, researchers can easily populate their ICV profile by linking it to their ORCID record. Moreover, any updates to their ORCID record will automatically reflect in their ICV profile. Researchers who have embedded their ICV profile on a web page, such as their university Read More
On September 3, 2014, Editage conducted a full-day workshop on scientific writing and editing for over 70 professional English editors in China. The workshop was organized by Science Press and Science China Press (China’s largest STME publishers).
The full-day workshop was hosted by Dr. Shengli Ren (Editor-in-Chief, Science China Press) and was conducted by John McDonald from Editage. John covered a broad range of topics, from basic skills in English paper writing to the structure of a scientific paper. He also shared the latest research trends and engaged participants Read More
Editage, a leading provider of editorial and publication support services for the global research community, has announced its commitment to ethical publication practices through the release of the Editage Ethical Research and Publication Policy. The comprehensive policy, effective in its entirety from May 2014, will be accessible to researchers globally across all Editage-branded websites.
In recent years, a growing researcher population and increasing pressure to get published have expanded the scope for ethical misconduct in the academic community. While some of Read More