InPrint is a trainee-run scientific communication network and resource that provides free, confidential editing, schema design and presentation consulting to the Washington University community.

Our Mission

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Improve the quality of scientific communication.

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Encourage discussions among authors.

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Enhance communication skills.

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Support trainees’ professional development.

Want to join our team?

We are recruiting new members for our editing, schema design, and presentation consulting teams!  See our Join Our Team page for more information

InPrint is in print!

Check out our recent publication in Nature Biotechnology

Meet our team

Our highly-qualified editors, designers, and presentation consultants are excited to work with you to enhance your next project!

Interested in our services?

Learn more about what we offer and what to expect and then submit your work!

Training Opportunity

InPrint partners with the DBBS Science Communication Credential to offer training in science writing or editing. For more information contact us.

Summer workshop series provides training in science communication

Written by Sarah Rommelfanger "Excellent communication skills" are perennially on the list of desired traits for all professionals. Scientists in particular benefit from writing convincing grant applications to get their work funded, crafting compelling manuscripts and talks to share results with their peers, and designing figures that accurately communicate findings to a general audience that […]