Copy Editing

Copy editing will improve the formatting, style, and accuracy of text.
Unlike general editing, copy editing might not involve changing the content of the text.

Hiring a copy editor can help you fit text in the layout of your brochure or magazine by cutting and adding words, writing engaging headings and subheadings, and selecting the best word breaks.

Our experienced copy editors understand your subject matter, and can work with your graphic designer to maximise your publication’s appeal and impact.

We provide English aqnd Dutch copy editing services for publications in the humanities, life sciences, medicine, natural sciences and engineering.

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  • At NWO most of our communication with researchers is bilingual. Our texts for researchers are important and need to be spot on, in both Dutch and English. And we can always trust Dave and his team to do that. NST Science delivers quality, honours agreements, communicates clearly and thinks with us. I really enjoy working with them.–Lieke van Emmerik, NWO – Team Leader Communication, Domain Social Sciences and Humanities

  • I have partnered with NST Science for many years now and the translations have always been professional and thorough. The staff are friendly and very helpful and I enjoy working with them.–Joern Bengt Seeger, orthopaedic surgeon, University of Giessen, Germany

  • NST Science has translated and edited our texts for many years. They understand the language used in our business. Their service is fast and accurate and they provide valuable feedback. NST Science delivers on time even when the deadlines are tight.–Peter Loenen,Communication Manager, Topigs Norsvin

  • NST Science regularly writes voice-over texts for us and they are a pleasure to work with. They always convey the essence of the story with the right tone of voice.–Carlien Megens, Video Producer, Megens&Veenstra

  • Grant applications and scientific publications are significantly better as a result of their work.–Hendrik-Jan Roest, DVM, PhD, Wageningen Bioveterinary Research