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New Essential Knowledge Briefings from Wiley

September 5, 2017
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FIB-SEM (small)So far in 2017, Wiley has published four new Essential Knowledge Briefings (EKBs) with text written by JES Editorial.

The four EKBs are entitled: Atom Probe Tomography; Focused Ion Beam-Scanning Electron Microscopy; Correlative Microscopy in Materials Science; and Atomic Force Microscopy for Materials.

EKBs are 5000-word guides to the latest techniques, applications and equipment used in analytical science. They are written in an accessible style, modelled after feature articles in popular science magazines such as New Scientist, and can be downloaded for free at www.essentialknowledgebriefings.com.

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New Essential Knowledge Briefing from Wiley

February 24, 2016
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Microscope optics EKB coverWiley has published a new Essential Knowledge Briefing (EKB) with text written by JES Editorial.

This EKB is entitled Life Science Microscopy Optics and is sponsored by Olympus. It is slightly different to the other EKBs written by JES Editorial: rather than providing an introduction to a specific analytical technology, it covers the much broader area of modern optical microscopy. It details the origins and history of optical microscopes, explains how they work, and discusses the most widely used specialist techniques in life science microscopy, with an emphasis on the important role played by objective lenses.

EKBs are 5000-word guides to the latest techniques, applications and equipment used in analytical science. They are written in an accessible style, modelled after feature articles in popular science magazines such as New Scientist, and can be downloaded for free at www.essentialknowledgebriefings.com.

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Two new Essential Knowledge Briefings from Wiley

July 22, 2015
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Wiley has published two new Essential Knowledge Briefings (EKBs) with text written by JES Editorial.

One of the EKBs is on electron probe microanalysis (EPMA), an analytical technique that can determine the elemental composition of solid specimens by analysing the X-rays emitted when the specimen is bombarded with an electron beam. The other is on focused ion beam (FIB) nanofabrication, a technique for modifying materials and carving patterns at tiny scales by scanning an ion beam across the material’s surface. The EPMA EKB is sponsored by CAMECA, while the FIB nanofabrication technique is sponsored by Raith.

Both EKBs explain the respective techniques, describe what they are used for, detail practical issues and problems related to the techniques and how to overcome them, and showcase how the techniques are likely to develop and advance in the future. They also both contain several case studies outlining how scientists are actually using these techniques in their work.

EKBs are 5000-word guides to the latest techniques, applications and equipment used in analytical science. They are written in an accessible style, modelled after feature articles in popular science magazines such as New Scientist, and can be downloaded for free at www.essentialknowledgebriefings.com.

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New press release for JNIRS

April 2, 2015
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JES Editorial has written a new press release for JNIRS – Journal of Near Infrared Spectroscopy on detecting peanut contamination with near infrared hyperspectral imaging.

 

Picturing peanut contamination with near infrared hyperspectral imaging

Study the label of almost any food product and you’re likely to see the rather vague warning “May contain peanuts” somewhere on there, unless of course it’s a product that definitely does contain peanuts. As now revealed in a paper in the latest issue of JNIRS – Journal of Near Infrared Spectroscopy, these warnings of peanut contamination could soon lose much of their uncertainty, thanks to a novel form of near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy known as NIR hyperspectral imaging (HSI).

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New name, new website, same company

February 12, 2015
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The copywriting company JE Science Ltd has changed its name to JES Editorial Ltd and re-launched its website. While providing a clear connection to the old name, the new name better reflects the editorial and copywriting focus of the company. It also makes clear that we have expanded beyond providing just scientific content, although that remains a particular speciality, and can now provide content in a wide range of professional areas, including engineering, medicine, IT and law.

With the new name comes a new, improved website, which details all the writing and editorial services we offer and also provides information about some of our clients and past projects. Visitors to the website can sign up to receive a monthly newsletter, containing news about the company and the projects we are working on, as well as examples of some of our latest writing work. ‘With a new name and website, JES Editorial is entering a new phase in its development,’ says JES Editorial founder and director Jon Evans. ‘We are looking forward to continuing our good relationships with our existing clients, while also introducing a whole range of new clients to our expert writing and editing services.’

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