So you’ve spent months working on a great scientific paper, you’re excited for people to read your work… but how do you go about getting it published? We’ve gathered some top tips from experienced life scientists to help you get your research to print!
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Learning how to write great scientific papers is a skill that all researchers should master, and getting published requires good structure and a compelling story. In this article, Dr Matthew Lloyd & Dr Bronwen Martin share their top tips for science writing success!
Getting your paper published is still an important part of research life, but how to distil all of the knowlege you've gained in the lab into a few thousand words, clearly communicated, in a defined format, yet still be a compelling read, can seem like a big ask. With contributions from scientists from around the world, these resources are here to help!
Next in our Scientist Talks video series, we speak to Rachelle Balez, a PhD student at the Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute at the University of Wollongong in Australia.
Rachelle chatted to our Co-Founder and Marketing Director Sam Roome about her current research, as well as her experience of peer-reviewing scientific papers – including overcoming imposter syndrome and her advice for scientists who want to get started in peer-reviewing.
Peer reviewing your first scientific paper? Just thinking about it? Or perhaps looking to refresh your skills? This essential guide gives detailed and straightforward advice to help scientists review their first manuscript, and also to help those who simply want to refresh their paper-reviewing skills.
Do you find it challenging to write scientific papers? Or perhaps you struggle to stay motivated, when there are so many other demands on your time? Our fabulous guest blogger Maria Montefinese, from the University of Padova and University College London, shares her top tips for improving the output of your scientific writing...