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5 writing tips to get your research the attention it deserves

Your research has been published, and you know that it will change the world. You expect that the press, TV, radio and internet will pick up the wave and it will be like a tsunami – the new discovery that

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Infographic: How to write better science papers

Reporting results in a scientific journal is a process common to researchers in all disciplines. However, many scientific papers fail to communicate research work effectively. Pitfalls include using complicated jargon, including unnecessary details, and writing for your highly specialized colleagues

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Writing the first draft of your science paper — some dos and don’ts

Four steps to preparing your first draft Here is the process I use: Think about the topic you want to present, for some days or weeks. Make figures and tables. Then write as quickly as possible, as if thinking out

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Six things to do before writing your manuscript

A new study, “How to Prepare a Manuscript for International Journals” — a seasoned editor gives advice to boost your chances of acceptance I think that sometimes researchers are not trained by their supervisors in writing scientific papers during the

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Scientific writing for a target journal

It is beneficial to decide on a target journal during the very early stages of writing an article, rather than first preparing an article and then considering where to send it. Analyze potential journals and choose one. Write your article

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Posted in Medical Writing, Scientific writing, Writing

Rules for Scientific Writing

In general, the best writing is simple and direct. Writing that is simple and direct is most easily understood. It also tends to be the most forceful and memorable. Use no more words than necessary and never use a complicated word

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Cultural differences in scientific writing – The language issue

Some differences have been observed in the writing in English of Finnish and native-speaker writers. One difference has been noted in the use of phrases which help guide the reader through the article and make the text easier to follow.

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Differences between MLA and APA

MLA (Modern Language Association) Author-page method of citation. Created for scholars in English composition and literature. Author’s full name on first mention. Use of the “right” language for the audience being addressed. Present tense verb in signal phrase vs. past

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Writing an Empirical Paper in APA Style

A lab report is a writeup of an experiment and has the same components as a published research study. Using APA Style Manuscripts submitted for publication in American Psychological Association (APA) journals must use APA style, as described in the Publication

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