The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation is “dedicated to the protection of the environment and the promotion of sustainable development on a global scale”. The Scientific Centre of Monaco, supported by the Foundation, requested our services to write an article for the journal Frontiers for Young Minds. The publication is an open-access scientific journal written by scientists but whose readers and reviewers are kids. The focus of the article was the effects of microplastics in coral reefs written in a simple language fully adapt to children, including visuals to support the text.
Science Crunchers scientific writers performed a literature review and developed the written contents. The paper was proof-read by an English native speaker and revised by several other team members to have different inputs on the complexity of the contents and what needed to be simplified. After the written content was validated by the Client, the designers took action to develop the visuals to support and illustrate the contents.
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