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Special offer: try out Cofactor’s expert editing for only £32

31st Jan 2017

Half price editing of a sample of your paper or grant, or 1000 words free when we edit the whole thing! From February to April 2017 we will edit a 1000-word sample of your scientific research paper or grant application in depth for only £32. This means that if you haven't tried Cofactor's services before, you can try us out for very little. We are confident that you will be impressed! Alternatively, you could go straight for in-depth editing of the whole paper or grant, and if it's over 3000... Read more

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So your paper is published – now what?

23rd Jul 2014

Today I have an article published in Research Information magazine entitled 'Authors should prepare for post-publication review' (my original title was 'So your paper is published - now what?'). This Analysis & Opinion article discusses how post-publication peer review seems to be taking off and what that means for authors of scientific papers. I argue that in this new world, authors need to invest in ensuring their papers are correct, clear and complete before they go near a journal. One... Read more

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Launching a new venture with a debate on peer review

11th Jun 2014

The big day has arrived: this evening about 60 people will gather in Kings Cross, London, to launch my new company, Cofactor. Hopefully lots more will follow along online using the hashtag #PeerRevFactors, because this will not just be a launch, it will also be an evening of short talks and discussion about peer review. The theme is 'What difference will changes in peer review make to authors and journals?' and we have four great speakers: Giulia De Rossi, a PhD student who has published in several... Read more

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