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Even when all your research is done, you face the daunting task of writing it up. You are now a writer, and there will be times when you just can't get going. We asked some of our long-time experts to give us some ideas on overcoming writer's block.
To mark this year's Peer Review Week (11-17 September 2017), Edanz Group will be holding two free webinars to uncover what the process of journal peer review is all about: one on 11 September (on reviewing papers) and one on 13 September (on how to write a peer review report), both 7:00pm to 7:45pm Japan Standard Time. Register here to join each webinar and receive the recordings and additional tips after the webinar.
Authors who don't use English as a first language face challenges beyond writing in English. We asked some of our long-time experts to share their thoughts on the added challenges of being an ESL/EFL author.
FUKUOKA, Japan - Edanz Group is proud to announce the beta launch of the Author Path, a new scientific writing and collaboration tool for researchers and authors specifically developed for non-native English speakers.
Jennifer Smith, PhD, botanist and biochemist, has been working with Edanz since 2007. An extremely positive presence both on the page and in conversation, Dr Smith advises authors at all stages in their careers to not be discouraged by rejection.
Richard Haase, PhD, a former in-house physics editor in our Beijing office now edits from New Zealand. Dr Haase, a physicist, cultivator of roses, and expert on a variety of quandaries from the mathematical to the atomic, has worked for Edanz since 2008.