Academic English Writing & Research Publishing E-Books

Write more accurate and clearer English, understand the publication process, and publish faster in journals. Clear explanations, lots of real examples, and quizzes with detailed answers. Great for:

Undergraduate students

Masters students

PhD students

Post-doc researchers

Researchers & Scientists

ALL journal paper authors


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How to Fix your Academic English and Publish your Research Faster

The authoring team are experts in their fields with stellar writing skills and personal experience with publication. Collectively, they have fixed the English of tens of thousands of manuscripts written by researchers across the world. In this book, they share their knowledge and insights to help all young researchers succeed in the competitive world of academia and get published faster…more

What is the Future for Publishing Research Papers?

As a member of the academic community, you must contribute to it in a tangible way. Publication output is an easy way to quantify this “contribution”; measures like impact factor and h-index are ways to quantify and refine that idea. But with intensified competition accompanying more students reaching higher levels of education, and your professional career and job security depending on your output, you’ve surely felt overwhelmed.

The Secrets to Selecting a Target Journal and Publishing Faster

With thousands of journals, navigating the publication landscape can feel overwhelming. Targeting the appropriate journal for your paper is essential for building your professional acumen because journals vary in their popularity, scope, and outreach. Therefore, selecting the right journal helps expose your research, increase citations and thus your professional profile, and helps position your work.

What Must You Know About Journal Peer Reviewers

But what is the future of peer review? Is the peer review process set to continue as it is for the foreseeable future or will the progressions of the Internet increase transparency in the process and move toward open peer reviews? Will there be a move away from journals altogether as the essential method of sharing new science?

How to Write to Publish Internationally

You must keep in mind your intended audience. Are they native English speakers or people who speak English as a second language? Will they understand the slang and terminology you use, or the cultural inference you make? Do they have knowledge of what you regard as common sense? In this ebook, learn to adjust your research writing to improve your chance of publishing internationally.

Insider info on Editing, Writing & Publishing your Research

Uni-edit is a leading provider of English editing and translation services to researchers and academics. In this ebook read opinions from the Uni-edit team to all the questions you ever had about improving your academic English writing, hacks for writing research papers, online resources, and working with an editing and proofreading company.

Secrets for Editing and Translating your Research

This ebook gives you an inside look into the editing and translation industry through the eyes of Uni-edit team members. The information is particularly valuable for editors, translators, proofreaders, publishing industry professionals and authors who work closely with proofreading and translation companies.

How to Master Similar Words in your Research Paper?

In academic writing, both native speaker of English (NSE) and non-native speaker of English (NNSE) authors alike often find it challenging to present the content due to the word limit constraint. Choosing suitable terms instead of explaining in long phrases will improve the tone of voice, keep the writing concise and within the word limit, and demonstrate your real understanding of the language.

How to Master Verb Tense in the Introduction Section?

Working with tenses in English academic writing is challenging. There is often no direct equivalent in the writer’s native language. Different tenses have different implications for meaning, especially in the context of a literature review. Some reviewers may advocate the use of a particular tense because their journal prefers it, but that does not necessarily mean that style is universally preferred.

How to Master Transition Words in Academic English Writing?

Transitions enhance the flow of thought between sentences. When placed at the start of a sentence, they set the context for the information described in the sentence. Transitional devices show how the idea in a sentence or phrase relates to that in the preceding statement.

How to Master Acronyms in Academic English Writing?

What is CIDP? Is a SQUID an animal or a scientific instrument? Is an algorithm simple or SIMPLE? What’s the difference between hcp and hcp and HCP? What does URL actually stand for? How should you say ‘LED’? These are all examples of acronyms, a way of writing a long and complex term in a shorter, simpler way. They are commonly used in academic writing, research papers and journal papers.

How to Master Punctuation in Academic English Writing?

This ebook outlines the technical symbols and notation defining English grammar. Authors who correctly apply delicate punctuation markers in English writing, such as en dashes, grab the attention of the reader because they demonstrate a strong command of how to arrange ideas in clear and efficient ways.

How to Master Numbers in Academic and Scientific Writing?

This ebook outlines the technical symbols and notation defining English grammar. Authors who correctly apply delicate punctuation markers in English writing, such as en dashes, grab the attention of the reader because they demonstrate a strong command of how to arrange ideas in clear and efficient ways.

15 Amazing Writing Tips for your Research Paper

Each tip is designed to help academics improve their academic or scientific writing. The topics and examples are applicable for technical reports, conference papers, journal papers, and student theses. Researchers, Master students, PhD students and Professors will find these tips very informative and educational. Each tip has clear explanations and many practical examples.

Chief Editor and Team

Ozy Abram, from Australia, leads a team of 200+ specialist editors and translators at Uni-edit who service over 500 universities for their research manuscript language needs. Ozy has taught English across the globe. He deeply appreciates the need and value of English language education for researchers in non-native English speaking countries to achieve their publication goals. Read more about Ozy

Every ebook author is an experienced Uni-edit editor or translator. The collective experience of fixing thousands of research manuscripts has been analyzed and turned into easy-to-read and practical ebooks.


Uni-edit has served thousands of researchers across academia. Uni-edit has improved the English writing in tens of thousands of research manuscripts to help researchers publish their research in international journals. These experiences are digested and documented in our instructional ebooks.

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