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What makes us different?

In our workshops:

+You get personalized student-teacher face-to-face interaction.

+You will acquire knowledge through multiple examples, text analysis, and writing exercises.  

+ You can have the opportunity to work on your own texts getting insights, input and advice in real-time.

Content in brief:

A) Writing units of the scientific text:

 1.- Words. Word choice for clear, concise, objective, and unambiguous texts.

2.- Sentences. Sentence structure for efficient transmission of the information.

3.- Paragraphs. The paragraph as the information unit of the scientific text.

B) Correct use of the writing units of the scientific text to build the different sections of a scientific paper.

1.- Function, organization and structure of each section of a scientific paper.

2.- Story lines for hypothesis-testing papers, for descriptive papers, and for methods papers.

3.- Writing techniques for achieving cohesion and continuity in the scientific text.

4.- Support material: Figures, tables, and references.

5.- Condensing information. Preparing an abstract and choosing a title.

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Science Writing Workshops How to write a Life  Sciences Research Paper?

Data are the raw material of scientific knowledge. Presenting data as a coherent and clear story, containing an unmistakable message, is essential for the advance of science and the transfer of scientific knowledge.

In our Science Writing Workshops students develop the ability to write excellent scientific research papers.

Our students learn the correct use of the smallest writing units (words, sentences, and paragraphs), and how to use these units to build the different sections of a research paper along a clear and precise story line.

What makes us different?

In our workshops:

We won’t just enumerate a series of writing guidelines, we won’t just provide writing advice, and we won’t just describe the ideal content of each section of a research paper.