Scientific research has had to continue both in response to and in spite of the COVID-19 global pandemic.

Almost overnight, the ability to access data from home and collaborate remotely became paramount. LabArchives has helped over 590,000 researchers around the world continue working during this unprecedented time.

While being able to work across physical spaces, borders, and time zones remains important, so too does the ability to prepare research for publication and circulation regardless of working circumstances. With that, we’re proud to announce a new partnership with Enago.

Enago is a trusted name in author services for the global research community. Since 2005, they have worked with researchers in more than 125 countries to improve the communication of their work and to help them achieve publication success. With offices in Tokyo, Seoul, Beijing, Shanghai, Istanbul, and New York, Enago also offers robust translation services.

At LabArchives our goal is to support ‘Better Science’. Our easy-to-use and customizable platform helps researchers collect and manage data in a way that is flexible, secure, compliant, and location independent. Once that data is ready for publication, Enago’s services support the process with an ‘Author First, Quality First’ approach which focuses on delivering the best quality output for authors at all times.

Enago offers three levels of editorial services – Impact Editing, Substantive Editing and Copy Editing – to address the broad academic writing and publishing needs of research authors, especially those with English as a second language. Enago’s team of editors average 19.4 years experience. Through our partnership, all LabArchives users can now access discounted Enago’s editing and translation services.

LabArchives users can access these discounted Enago services via an exclusive web portal, and also have free access to the Enago Academy which includes resources and webinars on scholarly publishing.

To learn more about these services and how to access them visit enago.com or send a message to info@labarchives.com.