JES Editorial produces regular news, feature and blog articles for several of Wiley’s web publications, including separationsNOW and BioFPR, and also uploads the articles using Wiley’s proprietary content management system. We are also producing a lot of the written content for Wiley’s new series of guides to the latest techniques, applications and equipment used in analytical science, entitled Essential Knowledge Briefings. In addition, we have produced and distributed press releases based on new scientific and medical research reported in journals published or co-published by Wiley
JES Editorial finds and edits press releases on latest developments in materials science and uploads them to the Materials Today website, which is published by Elsevier. This is a daily activity and involves transforming press releases put out by universities, research institutes and scientific societies into readable and accessible news items.
JES Editorial has produced copy for several business divisions within BASF, the world’s leading chemical company, including crop protection and dispersions & pigments. This has included writing and editing press releases (including a press release on bed bugs that generated the largest response of any press release released by the crop protection division), website text and presentations.
JES Editorial has produced regular blog articles on near-infrared spectroscopy for this British scientific publisher and also written and edited press releases on papers in its spectroscopy journals. These press releases have received coverage in a wide range of print and web publications.
JES Editorial has written and edited a wide range of content for this law firm’s website, including press releases, staff profiles and background articles explaining legal processes.
In 2011, JES Editorial produced a white paper on the future of pharmaceutical research for the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC), based on the outcome of a three-day conference jointly organised by the RSC.
In 2011, JES Editorial produced the text for many of the entries in the brochure for Exeter University’s inaugural Impact awards, which recognised research projects that had benefited the wider community.