Manuscript and grant proposals

●  IMPROVENCE has a well-established expertise in the linguistic correction of scientific documents written in English (articles, book chapters, letters to the editor, grant proposals, etc.). The specific focus is on biology (neurobiology, insect biology, health, plant biology, bacteriology, etc.) although manuscripts intended for other fields can be considered (on a case-by-case basis).

Competitive scientific writing needs to captivate a reader, in addition to being grammatically accurate. My goal, beyond correcting linguistic errors, is to ensure that your manuscript can be submitted as a clear, concise text that tells a story. For this, I offer suggestions in the corrected manuscript on how to rephrase your text, while respecting your message.

Numerous French and international research teams have called upon IMPROVENCE to correct their scientific manuscripts, including: members of the CNRS, CEA, INSERM, INRA, French universities (Nîmes, Toulouse, Montpellier, Dijon, Paris, etc.), and researchers from universities and research institutes in Mexico (Guasave).

Several examples in this area:

Publications in peer-reviewed journals, such as:
Plant Cell / PLoS One / BMC Developmental Biology / Plant Molecular Biology / Plant Journal / Frontiers in Plant Traffic and Transport / Journal of Applied Geochemistry / Frontiers in Plant Science / Journal of Bacteriology / Journal of Basic Microbiology / Plant Signaling & Behavior … (non-exhaustive list)
Funding applications:
ANR, ERC, Marie-Curie (non-exhaustive list)
Letters to the editor
Reviewer comments