The Electrochemical Society and Enago have entered into a collaboration that will allow researchers within ECS’s member network easy access to Enago’s author services, including English manuscript editing and publication support, at every stage of the publication cycle.
ECS exists to advance global knowledge and practice in the sphere of electrochemistry and solid state science. It’s an international community, led by scientists, for scientists. Its members, individual and institutional, can take advantage of the vast programs offered, such as awards, grants, fellowships, and much more.
Enago is the ideal partner for researchers and institutions globally, for manuscript editing, and publication support services. Since 2005, it has assisted over 2 million authors, including those working within hundreds of scientific disciplines such as electrochemistry, to successfully publish quality research in high-impact journals internationally.
Commenting on the newly forged partnership, Shannon Reed, ECS Director of Membership Services, said, “We’re pleased to enter into this collaboration with Enago and offer our member researchers worldwide the chance to avail Enago’s portfolio of world-class author services. We’re confident this will significantly help them in their professional journey as researchers and scientific practitioners.”
“Enago is delighted to have partnered with ECS, an organization that’s shown global leadership in the field of electrochemistry, solid state science, and related disciplines,” said Robert Kasher, Vice President – Strategic Alliances, Enago. “This partnership will enable us to engage ever more closely with the international scientific and technical community, and provide them with customized support and services to successfully publish impactful peer-reviewed research.”
Members receive access to Enago services in their new member or renewed membership email communication. Visit Why Join ECS to join or renew your membership today!
Enago is a trusted name in author services for the global research community. Founded in 2005, it has worked with over 100,000 researchers in more than 125 countries improving the communication of their research and helping them to achieve success in publishing. Enago Academy, the author education arm of Enago, addresses emerging needs of early-stage researchers by providing publishing-specific training resources via different digital platforms and onsite workshops. Enago operates globally with regional teams supporting researchers and institutions locally. It has offices in Tokyo, Seoul, Beijing, Shanghai, Istanbul, and New York.
The Electrochemical Society, established in 1902 as the American Electrochemical Society, has always been a melting pot of scientific and engineering disciplines. As an organization today, the mission of the ECS is to advance theory and practice relating to electrochemistry and solid state science technology, and allied subjects. To encourage research, discussion, critical assessment, and dissemination of knowledge in these fields, ECS holds meetings, publishes scientific papers, fosters training and education of scientists and engineers, and cooperates with other organizations to promote science and technology in public interest.