Science and engineering consultancy

You get to benefit from quick and easy access to support and personalised science and engineering consultancy service to meet your needs that will solve your problem in no time at all. An expert will be on hand throughout the entire consultancy period answering your questions and providing valuable advice along the way. So, check out the areas of expertise below to see how Ansar Editing and Consulting can help you.

Why choose Ansar Editing and Consulting to help?

  • Expertise delivered by a professional educated to the level of PhD with years of international experience in industry and academia.
  • Help from an experienced expert holding qualifications from world-renowned Russel Group and Red Brick universities.
  • Easy access to help with the science and engineering consultancy service via telephone, email or video chat.

How to get started

Step 1 – Check

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Check to see if your problem is covered within the areas of expertise listed below.

Step 2 – Get in touch

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Use the contact form and provide as much detail as you can about the problem you need help with.

Step 3 – You get suggestions

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You’ll be sent suggestions and ideas as to how Ansar Editing and Consulting can help you alongside a quote.

Step 4 – Work begins!

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Once you’re happy with the proposed work, you’ll be sent an invoice. When terms are agreed, work begins.

Areas of expertise

The science and engineering consultancy service aims to provide expert advice on matters within the physical science and engineering disciplines. Areas of expertise include:

  • materials science
  • chemical engineering
  • inorganic chemistry
  • electrochemistry
  • metallurgy
  • materials characterisation
  • fuel cell technology
  • hydrogen technology
  • gas separation technology
  • membrane technology
  • energy storage
  • engineering processes
  • coating techniques
  • experimental design
  • course design
  • grant proposals.

While you’re here, check out this blog on ‘What do consultants do?‘. Here’s a brief snippet:

“So, in what form does a consultant actually provide expertise to a client? Well, that all depends on the client’s needs. Normally, consultants package their advice into a report or presentation. I had previously done some consultancy work for a manufacturing company. I had to produce a report covering all of the products on the market including cost analysis and a recommendation.”

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Knowledge and experience gained from years in industry and academia to help give the very best advice.
Naser Al-Mufachi
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