Reginald Davey

Reginald Davey

Reginald Davey

Reg Davey is a freelance copywriter and editor based in Nottingham in the United Kingdom. Originally from a small town called Bideford in North Devon, he has been writing for many years now. His first taste of science writing came in 1997, when he entered the Daily Telegraph young science writer of the year competition, with a piece on medical imaging technology.  

Following 2 years of an undergraduate microbiology degree at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, he has maintained a healthy interest in the fields of life sciences, microbiology, and biomedical science.

In 2011, he took his first steps into the publishing industry, having been a published poet in various online magazines and blogs for a few years previous. Starting with a poetry forum, the venture eventually morphed into an independent publishing company, Dagda Publishing, which released several works of poetry, short fiction and novels in the time it was active.

More recently, he has been working as a freelance proofreader, copywriter, and editor for small businesses and independent authors. Writing for News Medical represents the coming together of various interests and fields he has been interested and involved in over the years.

Articles from Reginald

How Does an Elemental Analyzer Work?

What is the Difference Between Tempering and Annealing Heat Treatment Processes?

Why is Surface Roughness Analysis Important?

How Does Heat Treatment Change the Properties of Steel?

The Noor Complex and BASF's 24-Hour Molten Salt Solar Power Solutions

Elastopave®: BASF's Permeable Concrete Technology

How Can Bacteria and Sand Lay the Foundation for Sustainable Development?

The Laboratory Equipment That Every Engineer Needs

Why There is an Increasing Importance of PM Sintering

Methods Used to Provide Imaging-Based Automatic Inspection and Analysis