Sometimes, language deficiencies alone, rather than the quality of the science, can prevent the publication of a research article. Our goal is to help non-native English speakers reach a high level of excellence in their writing that matches the high standard set by English language scientific journals. LetPub’s Language Editing service helps researchers eliminate language barriers and see their work recognized and published in leading journals worldwide. With LetPub’s Language Editing service, papers are matched to editors with relevant subject matter expertise who will fix typographical errors, correct grammar and punctuation, and rephrase with text that is accurate, concise, and clear. All of our language editors are native English speakers with long-term experience writing, editing, and reviewing scientific and technical documents. They have advanced degrees (PhD and MD) or professional and educational backgrounds, and there is an editor for every discipline, including clinical medicine, chemistry, physics, engineering, life sciences, and social sciences.
Our track record allows us to offer the following guarantee: If the client accepts all recommended changes and the paper is still rejected by the journal solely for errors in punctuation, spelling, or grammar, then LetPub will re-edit the document for free or provide a full refund of the editing service.
* Material added to your manuscript after the document is returned to the client or otherwise inaccessible by LetPub is not included in this guarantee.
Revisions are limited to 10,000 word track changes; in the event of overages, a modest follow up fee can be added. Signature revision protection expires after one year. Includes free, unlimited response letter language revisions. Signature revision protection covers language revisions only.
Thank you very much for LetPub's paper editing work. With the help of LetPub, I published my first article. LetPub's service and attitude is very good, the article is processed quickly, and the article is revised very carefully.
I am very satisfied with the polishing service provided by LetPub. Due to the strict deadline, I asked for a quick turnaround. The staff was very patient and very active in helping me. I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to the LetPub staff!
The expert editors at LetPub are very professional. We have worked with them twice and both experiences went well. The reviews given by the editors of the journal did not mention the language issue. LetPub's customer service is very good, and the speed of processing articles is very fast, while carefully editing each paper.
As a whole, LetPub is highly professional in language editing, and the service is also very considerate. Thank you LetPub for its timely and effective help on the long road of my paper publication!
The language of the article is polished in LetPub, and the revision is very good. The entire submission process is also very smooth, and the reviewers all praise the language of the paper!
Our colleagues in the lab have been looking to LetPub for help to polish their papers, and they were already regular customers. The effect of the revision was quite good, and the reviewers did not raise any language problems in the paper. LetPub's account manager is also very enthusiastic and responsible. My paper has been in revisions for 2 years, and LetPub has always been helping to revise it, and has never been impatient. Now it can finally be published in the features journal issue. Thank you very much, LetPub!
Our paper was published in the journal "Neural Networks" after the language editing service of LetPub. LetPub's service is very considerate, t quality of editing is very high, and the turnaround is timely. We received the edited manuscript within 3 days after submitting to the editor. Professional native English editors provided guarantee for the publication of the paper, thank you very much LetPub!
The second edit was very good, and it was accepted after the overhaul was posted. Original: Women with pre-pregnancy overweight and obese had increased risk of having newborns with macrosomia and LGA than normal-weight women, both unadjusted and adjusted for all the potential confounders. After modification: Women who were overweight or obese pre-pregnancy manifested an increased risk of having newborns with macrosomia and LGA relative to normal-weight women, regardless of whether values were unadjusted or adjusted for all potential confounders.