Seminar: "Scientific Writing Seminar" Dr. Steven D. Aird
Having trouble turning your research data and conclusions into a publishable manuscript? “Publish or Perish” may not seem like the most attractive pair of options, but the former is actually less painful, even if it does not seem so at first. Steve Aird, OIST's Technical Editor, will again explain techniques for writing scientific manuscripts. Steve’s talk focuses on principles and procedures that enable authors to turn research data into a well-composed scientific narrative.
By following the techniques outlined in the session, your manuscripts will become clearer and more concise, and hopefully, more readily accepted by the journal of your choice. Even if you are an experienced writer or a native English speaker, you will glean useful tips.
Please join Steve for this session to improve your scientific writing.
Click this link to register for the session. Past sessions have been well-attended, so please register early.
Date & Time: 10:00-12:00, Friday February 17, 2017 (90-minutes + question and answer period)
Venue: Seminar Room C700, Lab 3
Audience: Professors, Researchers, Students
Session: 1 session
Facilitator: Steven Aird
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