Are you struggling to write a scientific paper, perhaps because English is not your first language? Are you unsure what to include in your next scientific article?
Have you read lots of scientific papers but are having problems getting started writing one for yourself?
We can help.
It’s not too late to sign up for our free Webinar ‘Writing an effective scientific paper’, going live 17:00 GMT on Friday March 8th, 2019.
You can now register for this free event by clicking here.
Feel free to pass this information around within your networks of colleagues; places are limited, however, so sign up fast!
On Friday March 8th, 2019, join Dr. Gareth Dyke, Charlesworth’s Head of Content Development and Delivery, and learn ‘how to write an effective scientific paper’. Gareth will show you how to identify and express the key message of your research paper, using easy-to-follow templates for different sections. Gareth has developed this method for writing and publishing scientific articles based on his own career experiences and his work as an editor and journal manager for leading publishing companies as well as for The Charlesworth Group.
At Charlesworth, we know that writing an academic paper can be a daunting prospect, especially at early career stages. Click here for a list of ten top tips to ease the stress or here for three useful tips that can help you beat writer’s block. Our training courses, webinars, tips and tricks can help you to construct and write more effective scientific articles and prepare yourself to write.