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InPrint is a trainee-run scientific editing network and resource that provides free, confidential editing of scientific communications 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.

Training Opportunity

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

What’s New?

InPrint is now offering fast turnaround feedback on short excerpts and figures with our new Sentence and Figure Doctor service!

How Coronavirus Changed the Communication Game

How Coronavirus Changed the Communication Game
In March 2020 alone, the Washington University in Saint Louis (WashU) community logged 222,162 hours in 44,674 Zoom meetings. Up from a meager 294 individuals in November 2019, the number of registered institutional Zoom users skyrocketed to 24,808 as of April 9, according to Matthew Arthur, Director of A/V and Media Services for WashU IT. […]

Meet our editors

Our highly-qualified editors 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!