Table of Contents

1. THE SEMANTIC ENVIRONMENT OF SCIENCE

2. BEFORE YOU BEGIN

3. ORGANIZING AND WRITING A ROUGH DRAFT

4. SEARCHING AND REVIEWING SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE

5. THE PROPOSAL

6. GRADUATE THESIS AND DISSERTATIONS

7.PUBLISHING IN SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS

8. STYLE AND ACCURACY IN THE FINAL DRAFT

9. REVIEWING AND REVISING

10. TITLES AND ABSTRACTS

11. PRESENTING DATA

12. PROFESSIONALISM, ETHICS, AND LEGAL ISSUES

13. SCIENTIFIC PRESENTATIONS

14. COMMUNICATION WITHOUT WORDS

15. VISUAL AIDS FOR PRESENTATIONS

16. THE ORAL PRESENTATION

17. POSTER PRESENTATIONS

18. GROUP COMMUNICATIONS

19. COMMUNICATION WITH NON-SCIENTISTS

20. TO THE INTERNATIONAL STUDENT

APPENDICES

Details

No. of pages:
368
Language:
English
Copyright:
© 2013
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
Print ISBN:
9780123847270
Electronic ISBN:
9780123847287

Reviews

"The book specifically lays out ideal techniques for scientific writing. It is easy to follow and has an excellent table of contents and appendix...This book will be beneficial not just to scientists, but anyone who struggles with their writing."--Technical Communication, August 2013