We can help you with all the scientific aspects of your work. With years of experience in scientific writing and editing, our team can help you draft, revise and format your grant applications, reports and scientific dissemination materials. We review and present state-of-the-art research data, allowing you to focus on innovation and the core tasks of your research and development project.
We don't do ghostwriting, but we can help you structure, revise and format your reports or scientific dissemination materials in English or German. Get expert, in-depth editing and strategic advice on your dissemination materials or grant proposal from a team of editors who adhere to the quality standards set by the scientific community. A team of PhD-level editors with experience in biology, environmental sciences and engineering will carefully review your manuscript and all supporting information and then meet to identify priority issues. We can meet online or in person (Vienna area only) to discuss how the experienced members of the scientific editorial team can address these priorities.
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We specialize in reports, research papers, reviews and grant proposals within the natural sciences (in particular biology, agricultural (incl. forestry), and environmental sciences) and engineering.
Saunders, Lewis and Thornhill (2009) cited in their book that "There is little point in reinventing the wheel [...] the work that you do is not done in a vacuum, but builds on the ideas of other people who have studied the field before you". This requires reviewing and describing what has been published, and synthesising the information in a relevant and critical way. Based on this understanding, available scientific studies and reports can be reviewed by a team of experienced scientists and engineers and presented either systematically or integrated in a text. In particular, we offer:
One-on-one training offers the opportunity to focus exclusively on individual issues related to scientific work. The aim of the training is to expand one's own repertoire of actions as a manager with regard to the systematic assessment, use and dissemination of knowledge. The training is a temporary accompaniment.