Grant Editing provides expert scientific consultation for your proposal. We ensure that your proposal receives language revision, as well as expert review and suggestions from a senior editor in your field (PhD or MD); each editor has a track record of successful grant submissions with major funding agencies. For flexibility, we offer two service options. The Essentials Level provides a complete, accurate language edit and a scientific evaluation of your proposal, while the Signature Level extends this evaluation to include a rigorous scientific edit of the proposal and extensive suggestions for improvement via our Editor Commentary document. This ensures that your proposal meets high writing standards in English and provides detailed revisions and suggestions for the proposal’s structure and the scientific rigor of the proposed experiments and analyses, as well as review of the accuracy and novelty of the impact statements. The ultimate goal of Grant Editing is to increase the likelihood of a successful grant submission by improving readability, clarity, and scientific rigor, as well as ensuring that the proposal meets all of your funder’s requirements and expectations.
Our track record allows us to offer the following guarantee: If the client accepts all recommended changes and the document is still rejected 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.
I was very happy with the prompt and clear communication with Kathryn and her team at LetPub. We needed to get a journal cover published on a quick turnaround and they offered the best price point and clearest communication of turnaround times I could find. The journal cover itself was FANTASTIC! I’m happy to recommend them (and use them!) for future journal covers.
LetPub was great! I asked for a complete scientific editing and, despite the issues of Covid-19 pandemic, the service was extremely efficient. We needed to sort out the confusion about a new research line of pancreatic surgery. This is why we decided to write a systematic review that included dozens of extremely heterogeneous researches. What resulted was a complete and meticulous article, but similar to a "Tower of Babel" difficult to read and appreciate in its original form. During the whole process, the communications specialist’s attitude was excellent: immediate response to all requests, continuous support even after the end of the service and an incredible kindness (which is not obvious). The quality of the editing was wonderful and the article completely changed its "face" allowing us to publish it in an excellent surgical journal.
We prepared a scientific publication and sent it to a scientific journal, but there were problems with the English language. The editors of this journal recommended LetPub’s services, so we decided to give LetPub a try. Office Coordinator Marise Facher was very responsive and answered all questions. The specialists at LetPub performed very good work on our article. They amended the text and provided explanations. Very good service. Many thanks!
The editors of LetPub are very meticulous and professional. This is the second time I have chosen LetPub and I recommend it to my peers. I give a sincere praise, and I am ready for the third time.
The articles on biomaterials were successfully accepted by the MSEC after the professional editing of LetPub. The service is great!
Collaborating with LetPub for the design of my journal cover was a real pleasure. Service received was very fast and professional, and the image provided was of a very high quality and got immediately accepted as Front Cover in ChemElectroChem journal. I strongly recommend this service.
LetPub’s strongest quality is fast service. The polishing quality is better and the price is reasonable.
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.