European Association of Science Editors (EASE)
Association européenne de rédacteurs d'ouvrages scientifiques
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1982 Pau France
Founded through merger of H-XH0565 - European Life Science Editors (ELSE), set up 12 Apr 1967, Amsterdam (Netherlands), and of H-XH0564 - European Association of Earth Science Editors (EDITERRA), formed 2 Dec 1968, Paris (France).
Improve the global standard and quality of science editing by promoting the value of science editors and supporting professional development, research and collaboration.
Events2023-06-01 | Istanbul, Türkiye – General Assembly and Conference
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