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New books/writing opportunities

 
  January, 26 2005 14:28
new and historical books in bioscience and medicine
 
     
The international academic editing and publishing group, Lerner & Lerner, LLC., is looking for scientists, researchers, and writers for three new English language projects: World of Forensic Science , Real-Life Math and a book titled, Medicine, Health, and Bioethics: Essential Primary Sources.

World of Forensic Science is a multifaceted exploration of the history and modern applications of forensic science. Special attention is also given to legal, social, and ethical issues related to the forensic sciences. Real-Life Math takes an international perspective in exploring the role of mathematics in everyday life. Medicine, Health, and Bioethics: Essential Primary Sources is part of a 10-volume set of books in the Social Issues Primary Sources Collection designed to provide primary source documents on leading social issues of the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries. These books are intended for high school students, early undergraduates and a general readership.

Additional information about Lerner & Lerner and current projects is available at www.lernerpublishing.com. Information regarding available assignments for current projects is viewable via project links posted at http://www.lernerpublishing.com/index_style.html. Additional information regading deadlines and fee schedules may be ontained via post to editors@lernerpublishing.com.

Several years ago we posted a notice similar this on the Hum-Molgen board about our book World of Genetics. We took on many valuable colleagues as a result of that notice who continue to work with us on current projects.

With offices in the United States, United Kingdom, France, and Italy, Lerner & Lerner, LLC. provides accurate information and expert multi-lingual academic editing services across a range of science related subdisciplines. Lerner and Lerner, LLC. has developed a respected group of scholars, scientists, teachers, and writers. More than 90% of our affiliated editors, advisors, and writers -- representing more than two dozen countries -- hold graduate degrees in mathematics, science, history, medicine, law, and engineering. Other writers and researchers include accomplished teachers and current graduate students actively engaged in advanced study. Our colleagues place special emphasis on presenting complex topics in clear and accessible language for our intended readers.

For further information please write editors@lernerpublishing.com

Brenda Wilmoth Lerner

Managing Editor


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