Monday, May 21, 2012

B - EASE Guidelines

Ufnalska SB. EASE Guidelines help editors and scientists save time. Science Editor 2011;34(4):e10

In 2010 EASE published its practical, concise and clear EASE Guidelines for Authors and Translators of Scientific Articles.  They are addressed non only to scientists but also to translators because of culture-related differences in scientific style. They aim at facilitating the publication process and enabling science editors to focus on the scientific validity and accuracy of submitted aticles. In 2011 edition a special attention was given to ethical issues (authorship, acceptable secondary publication, avoidance of plagiarism) to promote research integrity worldwide.
http://www.councilscienceeditors.org/files/scienceeditor/v34n4pe10.pdf

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