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AsiaEdit appoint Dr Leo Holroyd as Manager, Physical Sciences

We are very pleased to announce that Dr Leo Holroyd, who has worked with AsiaEdit since 2016, has been appointed as Manager, Physical Sciences. Aside from editing papers, Leo will work on quality control, editor training, as well as advising clients on writing and publishing in the physical sciences. Leo studied at University College London,

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AsiaEdit welcomes new editing talent

One of the key strengths of our academic editing service is that your papers are reviewed and edited by experts in the same field of study to enhance publication success. We therefore continue to add experienced and qualified editors from different academic disciplines. We are delighted to welcome some new faces to our growing family.

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AsiaEdit plays its part in the Hong Kong 2020/21 General Research Fund applications

Come October and November and many Hong Kong researchers are frantically finalising their applications to the University Grants Committee’s General Research Fund. Their submissions are assessed by the relevant subject panel, assisted by a number of external experts from all over the world. During this challenging period of the year, the AsiaEdit editorial team is

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Copy-writing for HKUST’s Named Professorships Programme

In September 2019, AsiaEdit were commissioned by Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) to write the bios for 9 senior faculty taking on their Named Professorships, which honours and encourages the achievements of the University’s leading researchers. Following the bios’ approvals, we wrote the video scripts incorporating quotes from the professors, based on

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Copy-writing for HKUST’s Named Professorships Programme

In September 2019, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology commissioned AsiaEdit to write bios and video interview scripts for 9 senior faculty members who are soon to receive Named Professorships, which honours and encourages the achievements of the University’s leading researchers. The project lasted 6-weeks from first contact to completion and we delivered

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