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READER-FRIENDLY
SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES

BE CLEAR – BE READABLE

How can I write a readable scientific article?

Wordiness, pomposity, ambiguity, bad punctuation and grammar are enemies of a readable scientific article. You should therefore make sure your language is concise, simple, precise and clear and also that the punctuation and grammar are correct.

We condensed years of scientific writing, editing and coaching experience into a few pages.

The Book

Our 4th amended version is coming October 2019.
Pre-order now!

The Exercises

We provide learning facilities for scientists who wish to practice their English.

THE BOOK

Reader-friendly scientific articles. Be clear – Be readable.


Reader Friendly Scientific Articles - Be clear - Be readable.

DESCRIPTION

You are about to write an article on the findings of your research, and you are rightly proud to communicate your findings to the rest of the scientific world. But have you ever thought about who will read your article and under what sort of conditions it will be read? Will your reader be so interested in your subject that he or she will have the time and patience to read a difficult sentence twice?

Your reader is just as busy as you are and, however important your findings are, he or she has no time to struggle through a badly written text. It is therefore of utmost importance that your writing is clear, well-structured and accessible to the target reader.

This book includes online exercises. Delivery October 2019. Pre-order now!

BY ANN BLESS

About the author

Ann Bless has been a trainer at various academic institutions in Europe for over 30 years. All through her career she has aimed at arousing scientists’ awareness of how they communicate—why their writing is difficult to understand—and how to write clearly, concisely and readably.

Writers of science want an easy-to-use “recipe” to help them write journal articles.

Our materials are used by organizations such as:

  • – Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands
  • – The Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
  • – Centre Hospitalier University de Lausanne, Switzerland.
  • – Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. Switzerland
  • – Charles University, Prague.
  • And more..

Questions about our services?

Please contact us if you have any questions related to the book, the online exercises or any other enquires.