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The Nutrition & Care Segment produces and markets essential amino acids for animal feed, is a strategic partner for the health care industry and offers active ingredients, additives and system solutions in particular for high-quality consumer goods and special industrial applications. For the Evonik Nutrition & Care GmbH we are looking for the department Nutrition Research for the next possible time at our location in Hanau, Germany for a:
Manager Technical Publishing
• Edit technical and scientific publications generated from research studies in the most relevant fields of animal nutrition, health, and production
• Tailor publications based on trends, innovative concepts and major discoveries shaping scientific and industry developments
• Translate and illustrate the complexity and specificities of technical and scientific publications into a direct, clear, accurate, succinct and simple writing
• Identify the knowledge needs of customers and develop technical and scientific publications differing in style, scope and depth to target different audiences and interest
• Develop different technical communication channels (i.e. internet based) to increase reach with technical reading audience
• Ability to independently plan, manage, and complete multiple projects in a timely manner
• Support a dedicated global technical sales force providing a technical publication portfolio
• Develop a strong technical presence in industry trade magazines
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Closing Date: Friday 29 April 2016
Freelance writer sought for a medical research charity. We need someone to re-write internal text for use externally e.g. science reports into website content, a research policy rewritten in more user friendly language, etc. If interested, please send an example of your work and rate expected. For current website please see
Closing Date: Thursday 31 March 2016
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SciencePOD—which stands for Science Prose On-Demand—delivers a high-quality science writing and editing service to academic publishers, research organisation and many more entities who work in field related to science, medicine and technology are keen to publish high-quality work. We mainly publish magazine-style articles in a slick tablet-ready platform targeted at mainstream audiences. 
We are currently recruiting new science journalists and science writers to join our permanent pool of freelancers. So now is the time to register with us.
Being registered on SciencePOD will give you an opportunity to write on a wide range of topics spanning all sciences and technologies. You will have personalised online contact and support from our SciencePOD commissioning editors. The commissions will be allocated on the basis of scientific expertise, journalistic or writing experience, and geographical requirements in terms of language. The rate is calculated for each job, depending on the complexity of the work and the amount of work required. Please note, we welcome applicants with multiple language skills as they are valued by our clients.
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Closing Date: Thursday 31 March 2016
Cancer Research UK - research communications
At Cancer Research UK we produce content for our research community. We are putting together a panel of freelance science writers for a variety of commissions, helping us to communicate specific areas of our work to a wider audience, through print and online communications.
One example is the latest edition of the CRUK researcher annual publication Pioneering Research 2014/15, launched in July 2015.
If you’re interested in being considered, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with examples of your work and details of your subject areas.
Closing date: 30th October
Please note this post relates to being added to a pool of freelancers rather than an offer of immediate work.
An opportunity exists to write reference books for the Parenteral Drug Association (US). The list of topics is provided below and is just a starting list and ideas are welcome. The writing is paid on a royalty only basis, which is 10% for single authors. However it is possible to be the editor of a book and in collaboration produce a book on a topic using chapters from a number of authors (the royalty arrangement for this type of book is different).
The text must contain some current regulatory material from a European/global perspective (the point is to produce more texts written from a European angle). If you have a particular topic that is not on the list please let me know. For any book I need a two to three paragraph proposal, a tentative table of contents and estimated page count to present to the Technical Advisory Book Board at the PDA. .
Aseptic Processing
Biotech  (Bioprocessing, Biosimilars, etc.)
Microbiology (modern techniques)
Pre-filled syringes
Single-use systems
Supply chain practices
Packaging (any and all manner)
Drug delivery challenges
Personalized Medicines
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