As promised last week, I updated* the Science Refinery website yesterday. You may notice minor changes in wording and formatting throughout, but the important stuff is listed below.
The countries of origin and first languages of the authors I’ve edited for so far are now all listed on the Why Choose Science Refinery page. They range from Belgium to Taiwan and Catalan to Swedish.
The project types and subject areas of the pieces I’ve edited so far are now all listed on the Range of Projects I Work On page. They range from academic journal articles to website copy and biology to statistics.
Finally, I put a new picture of me working at my standing desk (I’ll post about that soon!) on the home page. In it you can see this poster from The Oatmeal about “Why working from home is both awesome and horrible,” my shelf of various diplomas and awards, and the beautiful spring day out my open window.
By the way, don’t forget that any projects for IMFAR booked now through 5/12 will receive a 20% discount!
*Case in point about why even I need an editor sometimes: I originally wrote “made some updates to” instead of the simpler, more powerful “updated.” Blech.