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Given the sanitary crisis due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we prioritise projects related to this topic. Do not hesitate to contact us!

Lots of data, little time to write? Uneasy communicating in English? Scared to get your paper rejected (again)? New to science and don’t know where to start? You love treating patients or doing research but you hate writing? Your are in the right place. We are here to make it easier for you!

In this era of globalisation and massive production of all kinds of information, it is increasingly difficult to get your message heard over the noise. When it comes to science and research, the particularities of activities and aptitudes, make it even more challenging. Why, effective communication is essential for our careers and for scientific progress. Science to the Point offers a wide range of high-quality services tailored right for your needs.

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Founded by a translator and interpreter, editor, and reviewer of the English language but also a scientist and an academic teacher, Science to the Point combines a versatile interdisciplinary expertise with a great enthusiasm for science and communication.


At Science to the Point, we mean what we say. No one can claim to be competent for all tasks and disciplines and neither do we. We carefully check each demand and we only undertake to work on tasks we are sure to accomplish.


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