“How to Write a Scientific Literature Review” This course has been awarded 5-star reviews from academic staff and students and is recommended as essential training for anyone about to start a Ph.D. degree. Ask your PI to consider it
Tutorials, labs, and lectures can quickly build up as the academic year progresses and things get more intense. Labs are 30% of your final chemistry 2 marks, so it’s important that you take them seriously.
The subject of plagiarism always comes up in my workshops for scientific writing skills. It’s important to highlight this topic so that you can take steps to make sure you avoid it.
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So the time has finally come. You need to prepare and deliver your first presentation and you want to impress your audience. At least, you want to look as professional as possible. But how do you achieve all of this
Watch Out For Those Speed Bumps If you’re thinking about writing for the web, here are some points to bear in mind. Great advice for students starting out on a writing career. Use this as a guide when you proof-read
Writing for a science blog when you’re an undergraduate may sound pointless and time consuming. You already have enough to keep you busy with labs, and lectures. Just getting to the end of the semester is an achievement! Besides, you
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