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Physical Sciences and Engineering

Our Physical Sciences and Engineering editing team has the engineers and PhDs from across the Physical Sciences and Engineering subjects. Of all the manuscripts that we edit - 90,000+ papers (over 25% of total papers) spanning 13,000 journals - come from the field of physical sciences, engineering and related subjects. Thus, Enago's expertise in these fields is unmatched in the industry. Thanks to our consistent high quality, we are one of the most recommended partners of more than 600 journals, including leading societies like the American Society of Mechanical Engineers as well as leading academic publishers like Wiley and IEEE.

More than 65% of Enago's editors in this discipline have edited for the industry’s leading publishers such as the IEEE. Helped by our accomplished editors, our clients have continually published their manuscripts in high impact factor journals.

What Sets Us Apart

30+Types of
Physical Sciences Documents

Published more than 30 types of physical science documents ranging from original articles, bulletin, comments to commentaries and more.

13,000+Physical Science & Engineering
related Journals

Expertise in editing papers for over 13,000 related journals like ASME, SAGE, eJMT, and more.


Our range of specialized subject areas expertise including nuclear physics, physical chemistry, mechanical engineering, and more. Full range of topics given below.

50% Editors as
Published Authors

More than 50% of our editors are published authors or peer reviewers, while most of them have worked as peer reviewers for international English journals.

14Avg. years of Editor Experience

The average experience our editors have in physical science-related subjects is 14 years.

PhDs And Masters degree holders only

All editors in this discipline hold PhDs, MS, or Masters degrees from established universities, including MIT and the University of California.

Editing Samples

Experience Enago's Top Editing. Our expert editors are highly qualified and edit based on complete contextual understanding. They are skilled at identifying errors such as inconsistent usage of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing (which are synonyms and not different techniques), appropriate usage for units and symbols (um -> μm).

View editing samples from specialized subject areas like Computer/Information Sciences, Material Science & Engineering, and more.

Enago's Expertise in Physical Sciences and Engineering editing

Enago is listed as one of the highly recommended partners of more than 600 journals, including leading publications like the American Society of Mechanical Engineers as well as academic publishers like Wiley and IEEE. We have served more than 27,000 universities, corporates and individuals. Here is a small selection of our clients from physical science and related subject areas.

  • University of Oxford

  • European Universitys

  • Imperial College London

  • Harvard University

  • Angewandte Chemie

  • Coordination Chemistry Reviews

  • SAGE Journals

  • Applied Energy

All our editors are experienced, trained & kept abreast of the latest editing styles and guidelines of the international medical journals and associations.

  • American Society of
    Mechanical Engineers

  • Institute of Electrical and
    Electronics Engineers

  • American Society of
    Civil Engineers

  • SAE

  • Committee on Publication Ethics

  • Chicago Manual of Style

Numerous Enago clients have published their papers in high impact factor journals. Check out a few of our authors' publication success.

Our Editorial Team

All our editors are highly experienced and experts in their respective subject areas and have, on average, 14 years of experience in editing & publishing physical sciences and engineering research papers in top international journals. They are trained to identify and correct not just common grammar errors and typos but also subject specific errors like stylistic elements and scientific naming conventions. Check out Editing Samples to know more.

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