Adam Goulston, PsyD, MS, MBA, MISD, ELS

Dr. Adam Goulston is the U.S.-born, Asia-based owner of Scize. He holds a PsyD (Doctorate in Psychology), MBA in Marketing, MS in Health Sciences, and Master's in International Social Development. He is widely published across science and tech industries and has edited more than 2,000 manuscripts.

Social Sciences Research on COVID-19

COVID-19: New Areas for Social Sciences Research

The novel coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak and pandemic has severely impacted the entire world, directly and indirectly. This means seemingly infinite new topics of research have emerged, in addition to obvious issues such as vaccines, social disobedience, and economic recovery. More rapid forms of publication have expanded. And quantitative research and qualitative research are continually needed.

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What is a BELS certified editor? ELS

What is a Board-Certified Editor in the Life Sciences (ELS)? And why does it matter?

Among the various qualifications for copy editors, the ELS qualification signifies a Board-Certified Editor in the Life Sciences. It is granted by the US-based Board of Editors in the Life Sciences (BELS). The ELS letters after an editor’s name are evidence of: an editor experienced and proficient in scientific manuscript editing; someone an employer can

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The Most Common Mistakes on Asian Companies’ English Homepages (and how to fix them)

The most common mistakes on Asian companies’ English websites are the result of pride, lack of awareness, and unskilled people making these sites. They’re easily fixed, but it does mean risking a bit of feedback and it does mean putting trust in a service provider. In another language, that’s hard. I get it. It’s really

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What is Science-to-Business (S2B) Marketing? [hint: it will get you more leads!]

Scientists want to know that their many months, or years, of research actually produce something of use. Companies are pressured to innovate. And R&D is expensive. Science-to-business (S2B) marketing has been taking shape in the past decade as a framework for bridging this gap. The name follows on from B2B (business to business) and B2C

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