The European Association of Science Editors (EASE) is an international community of individuals and associations from diverse backgrounds, linguistic traditions and professional experiences in science communication and editing.
Bibliographic databases: some critical points . Armen Yuri Gasparyan [PDF]
Assessing the bibliometric performance of a ‘Special Issue’: a citation analysis using the Web of Science® database . Derek R. Smith, Peter A. Leggat, Shunichi Araki [PDF]
Open access for European science journals . Deborah Kahn [PDF]
Development of open access medical journals in Russia: encountered problems and the example of the Saratov Journal of Medical Scientific Research . Anton R. Kiselev [PDF]
Korean Association of Medical Journal Editors at the forefront of improving the quality and indexing chances of its member journals. Chang-Ok Suh, Se Jeong Oh, Sung-Tae Hong [PDF]
On the current presentation of scientific papers: 1. Editing out redundancy. Denys Wheatley [PDF]
People are dying for lack of knowledge. Can EASE help to prevent this? Paola De Castro [PDF]
Interviews with Honorary Life Members [PDF]
Readable Research: a guide for students of social science by Beverly A Lewin. [PDF]
EASE-Forum Digest, June to September 2012. Elise Langdon‑Neuner (compiler) [PDF]
This Site I Like: BioMed Central: all about open access publishing. Stefan Busch, Sandra Lê [PDF] .
My Life as an Editor: Mohammad Abdollahi [PDF]
News Notes. John Hilton [PDF]
The Editor’s Bookshelf. Anna Maria Rossi [PDF]