The principles of scientific editing

The principles of editing according to my aunt, referenced in an article, 'Personalities in Publishing: Maeve O'Connor' by Hazel Bell in the Journal of Scholarly Publishing (University of Toronto Press, April 2001:Volume 32, Number 3) -
"After a career that started with a degree in literature and training in typing skills, and that has culminated in international regard as a Personalities in Publishing: Maeve O’Connor 173 174 Journal of Scholarly Publishing doyenne of scientific copy editors, Maeve O’Connor maintains that, as much as editorial technology has changed, enabling easier and speedier work and correspondence and better standards of production, the principles of scientific editing remain unchanged – above all, clarity in delivering the precise scientific message."

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