What is EXETER EMPIRICAL?
I fuse chemistry and physics – and whatever other elements cross my desk – into words, thanks to a career infused with both fields. I have been a freelance science writer since 2003, working for employers ranging from prestigious scientific media like Nature and New Scientist to companies like Tate and Lyle and Strategy Analytics. Prior to going independent I was news editor for Compound Semiconductor magazine, when it was owned by Institute of Physics Publishing. Before that, I worked in industrial chemistry, briefly making adhesives after spending six and a half years working at Tripos Discovery Research, an early-stage contract pharmaceutical research company. As my career has progressed, I've become increasingly interested in how scientific ideas get recognised and adopted into general use.
I studied chemistry at the University of Southampton, gaining an MChem in 1999. I'm a member of the Association of British Science Writers and the Royal Society of Chemistry, as well as a Chartered Chemist and Chartered Scientist.
In 2014, I set up Exeter Empirical to provide my writing and other editorial services to a broader customer base. I now collaborate with a close-knit team of subject matter experts and experienced editors and proofreaders to help anyone with a technical message to get across to do so as clearly and professionally as possible. Read on for more on our services.
What does Exeter Empirical do?
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Are your full-time employees too busy to write articles for your in-house magazine? Are you a start-up company that needs documents producing to help show off your technology? Want a clear, readable meeting report? Need a professional to look through your organisation’s archives and tell a tale about them? Or maybe you’re a magazine in need of new writers?
Whether you're in academia or industry, bringing your science to the world at large starts by getting your message heard. Whatever your requirements, Exeter Empirical will create engaging stories for you professionally.
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It’s difficult to convey technical messages clearly and in a way that grabs attention, but it can be done. Andy Extance has more than a decade of experience of communicating complex ideas to the widest audiences possible. If you already have your story, but need it to be more readable, or put into native English, come to Exeter Empirical. Proofreading English documents written by authors from non-English speaking countries is a speciality.
Interested? Want a free quote? See below for prices and contact details where you can tell us about your needs.
Including: Drug discovery, food science, adhesives, spectroscopy, protein, DNA and RNA science, nanofabrication, molecular machines and programming
Including: Semiconductors, lasers, LEDs, power electronics, renewable energy and nuclear power, optics, space, astronomy, optical and wireless communication
Including: Health, medicine, infectious diseases and the antibiotic crisis, rare diseases, sensory science, plant science, microscopy, origin-of-life research
Including: Environmental science, climate change, Bitcoin, the business of science, science for development, computational modelling, military technology, gender in science, careers, publishing, and much more
How much does it cost to hire Exeter Empirical?
Quotes for work can be done in various ways, according to the project in question, and can be converted to other currencies for foreign clients. All rates are negotiable, according to customer needs.
We have various rates for buy genuine Misoprostol in the u.s. writing and editorial projects:
Hourly rate: £41.25
Day rate: £330
Document length rate: £800 per 1000 words
Rates for editing and proofreading:
Simple spelling and grammar: £0.03 per word/£30 per 1000 words
Spelling and grammar and correction of technical errors: £0.08 per word/£80 per 1000 words
Full-scale editing for spelling, grammar, accuracy, and to make documents as engaging as possible: £0.13 per word/£130 per 1000 words
If you want a free, no-obligation, quote, get in touch with the details of your project, and we’ll respond with an accurate quote and timeline for the work.