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.

The EASE Journal: European Science Editing

European Science Editing (ESE) is the official journal of the European Association of Science Editors (EASE).

ESE has its own dedicated website at https://ese.arphahub.com/

From February 2020 the journal became fully open access, hosted on the ARPHA platform. The journal will now be publishing a single ‘flow-model’ issue each volume year, posting each article to the journal as soon as they are ready.

The full official announcement can be found here

The aim and vision of the journal is to provide a source of peer-reviewed information on all aspects of scholarly editing to help editors improve the quality and integrity of scholarly publications, showcasing new work and insights that help further EASE in our mission to support the editing community in all its forms.

Topics included within our scope include research integrity, peer review, scientometrics, open science, predatory publishing, statistics, writing, translation and ethics.

ESE has a dedicated website, hosted on the Arpha platform, where you can see the latest articles, and all information about the editorial team, aims & scope, instructions for authors, and access to the full archive of the journal going back to February 2003.

ESE is indexed in Scopus

To view the previous journal website, and all issues published up to the end of 2019, see our Archive at: http://europeanscienceediting.eu/issues/