Translations Group was established almost two decades ago by a team of translators and editors who had previously been collaborating for a number of years. After a long period of productive and rewarding work we decided to focus exclusively on our key strength in linguistic editing of academic and scientific papers under the name ‘English Text Editing’.
Linguistic editing - We specialise in the revision, correction and linguistic editing of technically demanding texts and research articles intended for publication in journals of international reputation. For this we draw on our own rich experience of successful writing of books, scientific papers, research grant applications, administrative and quality control documents. The essential skills of using the right linguistic register and idiomatic expressions often place non-native English language speakers at a disadvantage in a modern competitive world of business and scientific research. We can help you over the linguistic barrier by revising your texts and offering suggestions for improving the structure and organisation of the text.
- Ability to handle scientific, academic and technical papers
- Efficient and professional turnaround by highly qualified editors
- A high-quality service at highly competitive rates
Our English editors all have higher degrees and proven records of achievement in both linguistic competence and technical knowledge with strong scientific and technical backgrounds. We have expertise in an wide range of scientific and industrial fields, so we can provide an unparalleled degree of accuracy and precision at competitive rates.
head of editing services
Dr Alicia Moguilevsky, Lic., UBA, Argentina; MSc & PhD, Wales, UK
Dr Moguilevsky's degrees and work experience cover various aspects of Zoological Sciences, Marine Biology and Cytogenetics. She has written, translated and edited scientific papers in both English and Spanish and has worked as a freelance translator for a number of scientific journals. She was Co-editor of Microfossils and Oceanic Environments. University of Wales Aberystwyth Press, 434pp. 1996. She was also a part-time tutor in the Department of European Languages of the Aberystwyth University (Wales, UK).
Emeritus Professor Neil Jones, BSc, PhD, DSc, Wales, UK, FIBiol, CBiol
Professor Jones has degrees in Plant Science and Genetics, and is an experienced researcher in plant genetics and author/co-author of six text books and more than a hundred journal papers and reviews. He has extensive experience as a referee and assessor for a number of international journals and research bodies and has extensive editorial experience working with colleagues in other languages.
associated language editor
Dr Martin Angel, MA, Natural Sciences, Cantab; PhD, Bristol, UK
Both as an experienced researcher and as an author, Dr Angel covers different aspects of Marine Biology & Ecology, including Oceanography and Biodiversity of the Oceans. He was the lead writer for the OSPAR Quality Status Report and has 22 years of editorial experience as co-editor of Progress in Oceanography.
associated language editor
Dr Keith James, MS Houston, Dip. Micropalaeontology, PhD, Wales, CGeol. UK, Spain
Dr James has worked as a Geologist and former Chief Geoscientist with Conoco, Houston, and Geological Advisor, Shell International, The Hague. His specialised fields are petroleum geology, structural geology, regional tectonics, sedimentology. His ongoing research is the geology of Middle America and global tectonics. Senior editor of Geological Society, London, Special Publication 328: The Origin and Evolution of the Caribbean Plate, 2009. President of Asociación Congresos Geológicos Sigüenza.
Manuscripts should be sent to us as e-mail attachments in Word format. We understand the need to meet tight deadlines and will return all work as quickly as possible.
- all work is undertaken in the strictest confidence
- professional, efficient turnaround
- virus checks are conducted throughout our systems on a daily basis
The time taken to revise and edit a paper depends on the length, complexity, style, nature and quality of the original. Consequently, our editing rates are flexible, depending on the requirements of each individual client. Editing and proofreading work is charged at an hourly rate. A minimum charge of £60 applies to all work undertaken.
By bank transfer 30 days from the date of invoice in Pounds Sterling [all necessary information detailed within invoice].
For further information on our services or to submit a manuscript, please contact: Dr Alicia Moguilevsky