What is scientific editing? Why is it different from language editing?

Going a step further than language editing that ascertains that the text is grammatically correct, the purpose of scientific editing is to improve the logic of the edited text (e.g., manuscript, grant application, thesis), sharpen your arguments, and ascertain no lapses in reasoning. After scientific editing, your ideas will be clearly communicated and they will be presented in the most effective manner letting your science shine. The editor might not ‘ghost write’ your text for you (unless agreed beforehand), but they may insert comments, questions, and suggestions to enhance the flow of logic, strengthen the arguments, and help discuss the novelty and validity of the data against the current state of the .

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