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AH Editing relaunches as AsiaEdit!

On 22nd May 2019 AH Editing relaunched as AsiaEdit, a name we feel much better reflects the majority of our client base and our future ambitions, as well having more impact! There is no change in the management team. Armstrong-Hilton Limited, still the registered name, was founded in the early 1990s. As business expanded, the

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Journal paper writing technique infobite 3: The introduction – tenses and style

We have gone through how to enhance the structure and flow of your journal paper Introduction in Infobite 2. In this video, we will look at style and verb tenses issues when writing your Introduction.   You may also download the concise note for this Infobite. About the Journal Paper Writing Technique Infobite Series This

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Second Academic Writing Workshop for HKUST Research Support Services

On 30th April 2019 we were honoured to be invited for the second time this year by the Research Support Services at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) to deliver an academic writing workshop for their post-graduate students and early career academics. Over 90 brilliant young researchers filled the University’s library seminar

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Training the Next Generation of Research Publishers

On March 14, we delivered a FREE academic writing workshop to 60 postgraduate students at HKUST Research Support Services, focusing particularly on the importance of structure and clarity. Delivered by Nick Case and Dr Mike Poole, our COO and Chief Editor respectively, the workshop proved to be an outstanding success with 98% of attendees rating it

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Next up in our series on Journal Paper Writing Techniques: “The Introduction – Structure and Flow”

Having covered the section on abstracts in our first video, we are pleased to present the second in our series of short videos on journal paper writing techniques: “The Introduction – Structure and Flow”. Visit our LinkedIn page to learn what makes a good (or bad) introduction. Please do follow our LinkedIn page so you have the

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Journal paper writing technique infobite 2: The introduction – structure and flow

In the first Infobite, we looked at how to use IMRAD to write your journal paper abstract. The second episode of the series takes a look at what makes a good Introduction. The Introduction is important because it sets the scene for the study and highlights why the study is needed.   You may also

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Journal paper writing technique infobite 1: Abstracts – the essentials

We are pleased to launch our new Infobite series on journal paper writing techniques. This series of short but informative videos is written by our Chief Editor, Dr Mike Poole, based on his over 20 years of professional experience in helping non-native English-speaking researchers succeed in academic publication. The series consists of 20 individual video

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Announcing our new video series on Journal Paper Writing Techniques

At the request of many clients, we are pleased and proud to announce our new video series on journal paper writing techniques. These short but informative videos are dedicted to strengthing your writing techniques and improving your chances of publication success. Visit our LinkedIn page to watch the first video in the series, “Abstracts – the Essentials”.

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Congratulations to Li Jiping from HKUST

Many congratulations to Ms Jiping Li from The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology on being published in Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice! Ms Li’s publication can be accessed here https://bit.ly/2o0mXW4

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Rerun of our Health Research Writing Webinar Series with the University of Oxford

We are running a recording of the webinar series we delivered last year in conjunction with the EQUATOR Network, at the Centre for Statistics in Medicine at the University of Oxford. Click below to watch https://bit.ly/2IuvoT2

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