On September Trio, 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 STEM publishers). The full-day workshop was hosted by Dr. Shengli Ren (Editor-in-Chief, Science China Press) and was conducted by John […]

WPA Sample Essays and Their Scores Introduction to Sample Essays These samples are provided to give you a better sense of what evaluators’ scores actually mean. By analyzing these essays and the evaluators’ comments, you may become more aware of what is expected and how you might write the best essay you possibly can. Please […]

Elaborate diseases such as schizophrenia and autism do not have a clear mutational footprint due to which diagnosis becomes tricky. On the other arm, diagnosis for diseases like muscular dystrophy, Huntington’s disease, and cystic fibrosis is elementary because it can be traced back to a single mutation. Now a fresh probe shows that a potential […]

Numbers that Are Spelled Out Please note that there are some exceptions to the rules outlined below. As with other grammar rules, rules for writing numbers switch according to certain style guides (i.e. Chicago Manual of Style. AP. MLA. etc.). However, here are some general rules for spelling out numbers. Numbers Under Ten: Martin has […]

The Shaw Prize, a prestigious international award that is often referred to as “Nobel of the East,” is bestowed annually upon worthy scholars in three categories: Astronomy, Life Science and Medicine, and Mathematical Sciences. The winners of the 2015 Shaw Prize were announced at a press conference in Hong Kong on June 1, 2015. The […]

After you have done some prewriting to generate ideas, the next step in the process is gathering information on the topic you’ve chosen to write about. Every argument you make in support of your thesis in your research papers needs to have a substantial fact or lump of outside evidence to help prove your point. […]