Your editors: what do we do?

Written by Francesca Lake

Being a scientific editor makes for a very rewarding career – for me, having realized I wasn’t cut out for lab work (after one too many arguments with a western blot), it’s kept me where I want to be – at the forefront of science, something that not many careers provide. However, while it is an incredible job, it is also often done behind closed doors, and I doubt any journal editor is a stranger to questions surrounding what their job actually entails.    While I always recommend this fabulous piece on 102 Things Journal Publishers Do to anyone asking this question, here I specifically want to introduce you to your BioTechniques Editors, and what we do. Not all the...

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