con·cise |  \kən-’sīs\


1.  giving a lot of information clearly and in a few words; brief but comprehensive.


If there is one thing that we have seen repeatedly in peer reviews, it is that the text is wordy. Verbose. Rambling. Needs to be more succinct. Improve clarity. Remove excess words. In a nutshell – it needs to be concise.
For many scientists, especially those whose mother tongue is not English, writing concisely and getting published in a strong journal can be a daunting task.

The Concise Publication Support packages offers a range of services to help you select the right journal for your work, and to maximize your chances for publication. From journal selection to analysing the study design, and expression of results, we can provide constructive comments on what your paper needs before it is submitted, which can dramatically reduce the time to publication.
“The most valuable of all talents is that of never using two words when one will do”
Thomas Jefferson