I love science, but more importantly, I love helping clients convey their science to the audience of their choice. Rates vary, depending upon the project and time requirements, and are billed hourly, payable in US funds. My services are customized to meet the specific needs of each client. I can attend symposia or research team meetings and distill the gathered information into reports, or perform reviews of the current literature in your field of interest. I can edit all forms of scientific writing: manuscripts, technical reports, grant proposals, etc.
Writing in the Sciences
How to Write a Good Table of Content for Your Project or Seminar - Afribary Blog
Robin McKie: They can break momentous science news, but conferences are also ideal for meeting scientists and fellow writers — and escaping the drudgery of desk work. Nicola Davis: A feature is not an essay regurgitating facts. You need to get on the phone and speak to the people directly involved, or better still meet them in person. Our blog to accompany the Wellcome Trust Science Writing Prize asks top science writers about their craft. Today we talk to Jacob Aron, a physical sciences reporter on New Scientist. Secrets of good science writing. How to pitch articles to editors.
How to create a successful science blog
Setting up your own science blog is a great way to publicise a field that is close to your heart, hone your writing skills and make a name for yourself. The closing date is 11 May Think about who you want to reach with your writing — be it potential collaborators, potential employers, or people on the street. Sum up your goals in a sentence or two and write that down before you do anything else.
Readers of this handout may also find our handout on writing in the sciences useful. You did an experiment or study for your science class, and now you have to write it up for your teacher to review. You feel that you understood the background sufficiently, designed and completed the study effectively, obtained useful data, and can use those data to draw conclusions about a scientific process or principle.