Our commitment to researchers
We are committed to significantly improving the lives of every researcher like you, by simplifying your lives and accelerating your productivity and reach.
Researcher.Life is built on Editage's in-depth understanding of what researchers need during publication and beyond, accumulated over 20 years.
Abhishek GoelCo-founder & CEO, Cactus Communications
As a researcher, you face innumerable challenges: the pressure to publish, find funding, conduct fieldwork, teach, and juggle other responsibilities..
We know all this comes at a cost. You are away from family. You work on weekends and holidays. You’re always thinking about the big problem you are going to solve.
We have seen you take great pains to communicate your research, get people excited about what you do and have to say, and onboard them onto your purpose. Your determination and unwavering dedication to make the world a better place has not gone unnoticed.
Twenty years ago, we started Editage with the aim of helping researchers overcome the language barrier and meet their publication goals. We believed that your research was important, and language should not be the hurdle that stops you from changing the world.
Researcher.Life evolved from our deep study of the needs of over half a million researchers who have been Editage customers—busy scientists and academics on the cusp of the next breakthrough. This platform is built on the experience, expertise, and trust that Editage has accumulated in the last 20 years. Through Researcher.Life, we aim to improve all aspects of your researcher journey – through publication and beyond.
We give time back to the researcher
We want to minimize the time you spend writing, reformatting, submitting, reviewing, planning lectures, and applying for grants, and instead help you maximize your impact.
We optimise systems for the researcher.
We place more control into your hands by making systems more human-centric, rewarding, and ethical.
Research is important, but researchers are more so
We recognize the ever-growing demands of you and provide practical means of support, mentorship, and advice to look after the most important asset of all – you.
We help you to help the world
We provide ways to share your research to global audiences with lay summaries and social media collateral.
We take the search out of research
We know your work, interests, and preferences, and will proactively recommend content, conferences, funding, and collaborators so you have them at your fingertips.
This is our manifesto on redesigning academia around researchers. What do you think about it?Drop in a comment
The Researcher.Life Advisory Board is a group of innovative academics from across the globe who are committed to changing academia for the better. Each of them supports the Researcher.Life vision and provides inputs, feedback, and advice on our collective journey towards realizing this vision.
Senior Researcher, Dublin City University; currently Visiting Professor at Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto
Principal legislative analyst, University of California Federal Governmental Relations
Senior Lecturer at Massey University
Co-Founder, Director, PREreview
Senior Lecturer for Quality Assurance and Program Development, Arden University, Berlin, Germany
Professor, University of Wyoming; Wyoming Excellence Endowed Chair in Literacy Education
Associate Professor, Department of Systems Engineering, University of Lagos
Dean and Professor, Faculty of Education, Ontario Tech University, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
Postdoctoral fellow at the Danish Centre for Studies in Research and Research Policy, Aarhus University
Professor of Sociology, University of California, Merced
Through the Researcher.Life Ambassador Program, we have created a global community of researchers who chose to lead through mentoring and collaboration with other researchers.
We partner with Ambassadors in various activities such as building research communication skills, providing mentorship, opportunities, and guiding in publication support, and conducting upskilling and wellness initiatives. Ambassadors empower themselves and their academic communities with our advanced tools and services.
“This, I think is a great opportunity for me to start and get engaged with the wider researcher community.”
“I think it will be a great future platform on demand to speed up the cohesive research community.”
“The opportunity to connect with people from all around the world and see the faces who are interested in research, cheers us up and makes us go further.”
“I am using the services provided by Cactus – Editage for about a decade. These services are very helpful for me and I wish to thank everyone”
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