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Preserving Research | The Scientist Magazine®

Preserving Research | The Scientist Magazine® | scientific writing | Scoop.it
The top online archives for storing your unpublished findings
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Are You Reading These 17 Science Blogs? You Should - Next Scientist

Are You Reading These 17 Science Blogs? You Should - Next Scientist | scientific writing | Scoop.it
If you could only read 17 science blogs these are the ones you should be reading. Science blogging, academic careers, science 2.0 and more.
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Writing the Perfect Paper: 8 Tips From the Experts - Huffington Post

Writing the Perfect Paper: 8 Tips From the Experts - Huffington Post | scientific writing | Scoop.it
Writing the Perfect Paper: 8 Tips From the ExpertsHuffington PostSince 2008, the Undergraduate Awards has received nearly 10000 academic papers across 20 categories from some of the top undergraduate students in the world.
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Top 10 Post-PhD Resources | Life After Thesis

Top 10 Post-PhD Resources | Life After Thesis | scientific writing | Scoop.it

Recently I have been thinking and talking a lot about how difficult it can be to move on from life as a PhD student. I have found some aspects of this transition very difficult, as I have written about previously. It seems that a lot of people who have made their way on to my blog have also experienced a loss of confidence or direction; towards the end of their PhD, during the period after thesis submission, or as they move into (or search for) a new job. Therefore I would like to list a few of the articles and resources that I have recently found helpful; some for very specific advice, and some for more general support. I have picked out an article from each site, but all of these sites offer a wealth of other useful and interesting information.


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Top 10 Ways to Speed Up and Beef Up Your Google Searches

Top 10 Ways to Speed Up and Beef Up Your Google Searches | scientific writing | Scoop.it
For all the time you spend online, you probably spend most of it searching for stuff. So why settle for the most basic Google experience? Here are 10 ways to beef up and speed up your Google searches and find stuff easier.
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Soapbox Science: Beginnings – How to write your first grant proposal : Soapbox Science

Soapbox Science: Beginnings – How to write your first grant proposal : Soapbox Science | scientific writing | Scoop.it
This week sees the launch of SciLogs.com, a new English language science blog network.
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Grammarly - world's most accurate grammar checker and automated proofreader

Grammarly - world's most accurate grammar checker and automated proofreader | scientific writing | Scoop.it
Grammar check, instant proofreading, and plagiarism detection.
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There’s No Such Thing as “Good” Writing

I mean this very literally, and it’s something I tell my students all the time: there’s no such thing as “good” writing. Sometimes they’ll nod and say something like, ...

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