Science Writing

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Christiana
Davis

Informational Meetings Help Get Your Foot in The Door

In my previous post “Finding The Door To Get Your Foot In,” I included excerpts from an original email that landed me a face-to-face informational meeting. For the benefit of readers who do not know what an informational meeting is, it is simply a meeting (or an interview) you arrange to talk to...


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Amber
O’Connor

Plagiarism: Definition and Scope

Hello everyone!  Today’s blog is on a very important topic that I have recently had to deal with as a science writer, plagiarism.Introduction: I have my own business where I work as a publication specialist.  I facilitate the publication of primary research manuscripts at all stages. I m...


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Charlotte
Mitchell

I got my PhD – now what?

I am very excited to be writing blog posts for the Bio Careers community and hope that my experiences can help other PhD scientists discover their own career path. In this first introductory blog, I want to tell you all a little bit about myself and also address an issue that I think a lot of scienc...


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Amber
O’Connor

The “One Paragraph” method for cohesive writing

One of the hardest parts of writing a compelling document is cohesiveness or flow.  When people sit down to write a manuscript or grant, they have a pretty good idea in their head about all of the pieces of information they need to provide to the reader so that he will understand the project.


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Terrell
Brotherton

Finding Happiness in my Chosen Career Path

On my first blog for Bio Careers®, I would like to tell you a little bit about myself, my career path up to this point, and what I would like to share with you in future posts.  My career path has been anything but straight, with frequent detours to both learn about and experience new roles, f...


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Lu
Huang

Regulatory affairs: A promising career option for researchers in biomedical science

Many people have heard of “regulatory affairs,” but do not know what exactly that means. In my understanding, regulatory affairs is a field where you write, review, edit and submit all kinds of documents required in the process of drug development and clinical trials. The ultimate purpose is to ...


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Sandeep
Ravindran

Careers in Science Writing

I was several years into graduate school when I discovered that I could pursue a career in “Science Writing.” I had always enjoyed writing, and wrote a lot both as an undergraduate and during my PhD. Once I realized there was a way to combine my interests in both science and writing, I knew that...


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Amber
O’Connor

Different Types of Science Writing

Hello Bio Careers® Community!  I have been invited to share my experiences as a Science Writer with you in the form of blogs.  I must say that I am a bit intimidated because there is a lot of good content already posted here that covers a lot of topics.  Bloggers Sandlin Seguin and C...


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Nathan
Vanderford

Just Publish!

Do you want to write, be an author, or publish? Well, here’s my advice…but first, some history.


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Kate
Sleeth

What is your Worth?

I haven’t been on Twitter a lot recently, but imagine my surprise when I glanced at my news feed and saw all the scientific bloggers I follow, talking about the same subject.  This is unheard of, and they were all very unhappy.  They even had a hashtag specifically for it #istandwithDNLe...